Four of us came for dinner and the show (something we did before the new chef took over and enjoyed). Menu was limited to about 7 selections (none vegetarian). Tomato Concasse appetizer was tasty, but costs seven dollars and was only some barley and tomato. The pasta in the shrimp dish was totally overcooked into a big clump. When the diner complained, the waiter said "that's just the way it comes." Haddock came with no rice or potato, just what seemed to be frozen beans, and way undercooked carrots (they were harder to cut than the roast beef my son offered me from his plate). The so-called popover had completely the wrong texture. I could go on and on, but we were very disappointed and worried for the Bull Run. We are exactly the kind of people who would return for a good meal and some good music. But we felt we would never opt to order from the dinner menu again; we would try the pizza instead and hope for a better outcome.
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