We went here in a Sunday night in early April. When I called to see if we needed a reservation, the gentleman said probably not tonight, but maybe make one anyway just in case. We arrived a minute or two before our reservation and were told they would call our name when they were ready for us, as our table wasn't ready. We went into the bar which wasn't busy, in fact only one other couple was sitting at the bar. We waited 11 (yes, we counted!) minutes for the bar tender to take the order for our beers. She had walked past us a couple times, seeming busy, and after about 5 minutes said she'd be right with us. 6 minutes later she appeared. Ridiculous! Our table was ready 20 minutes late, so I am not sure why they took our reservation to begin with. The server came with the menus after about 10 minutes- asking if we had been helped yet. The beer was warm, so I asked for a glass of ice, and another beer. When she brought them to me, the next beer was warm as well. Ish. The garlic bread was the only thing either of us liked. It was actually excellent with big chunks of garlic on it. We ordered the Caprese salad, which is probably my favorite salad in the world, I eat it quite frequently, and was looking forward to it. The tomatoes were so over salted that it was nearly inedible. I also found that the 'product of Mexico' sticker was still on 2 of the slices of tomatoes- do they even wash their produce first? Next my husband ordered an Italian salad which was just so so. He ordered it with no olives, as the menu gave the description of there being some in the salad, and he cannot stand them. The waitress brought it to him with olives. When we sent it away, she appeared back with it quite quickly saying "There were just 5 olives on the top for garnish, so we picked them off." My husband was too stunned to say anything. That is poor service right there! The spaghetti and meatballs were not good. The half pound meatballs are impressive to look at, but bland and tasteless. They are served in a huge bowl full of spaghetti noodles, with maybe a 1/4- 1/2 cup sauce for the entire bowl. In fact, the sauce is more like a thin liquid with some chopped tomatoes that sits at the bottom of the bowl. The spaghetti I usually get at restaurants or serve at home has a rich red sauce covering the noodles. What we got here was a huge bowl of white noodles with 2 huge flavorless meatballs and nonexistent sauce. There are just too many excellent restaurants around to ever come back here.
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