One would think that an 11 o'clock brunch reservation for six would allow for a certain leisurely pace. One would think that ordering a charcuterie plate with five choices would indicate a desire to talk and share the plate and savor the various offerings. Since the arrival of the food is largely in the control of the waitstaff, one would think that the main meal would not arrive exactly 30 seconds after delivery of the pate and cheese.One would also think that refills on coffee at a brunch would be offered. One would be wrong, very wrong. The food was great with a number of interesting choices, wonderfully presented. The pace at this not crowded time was not. If I wanted to eat in 30 seconds, I would have gone to Burger King. I will go back again because of the food. I will only hope that the waitstaff will understand the difference between timely attentive service and a foot race.
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