The first part of our visit was amateur hour, the dinner really quite good.
No reservations taken for fewer that 5. OK, I get that. We were told that it wouldn't be busy at 6PM and that if we called 10 minutes prior to arrival they would have a table ready. No table was available upon arrival. No big deal, a 20 minute wait, and we were perfectly happy to have a drink at the bar. It took 10 minutes to get the bartender's attention, despite both wives sitting at the bar and not wearing their cloaks of invisibility. One wine was wrong (the bartender caught her mistake), and she couldn't remember which beer had been ordered. We had to settle our bar bill as they couldn't run the tab with our dinner order. The hostess want's us to go to the table and the bartender is clueless about what is going on. Finally paid the bar tab and got to the table. None of the aforementioned was a problem taken individually, but taken together it really was so unprofessional as to be laughable.
Dinner seemed like it was a completely different restaurant. Attentive, professional service and very good food. We got a little time to talk and read the menu. Took an order for a round of drinks (all arrived promptly and as ordered) and the appetizers. Appetizers were on the table in less than 10 minutes. The Caesar salad was quite good (fresh, with just enough dressing), the other half of the table reported that the wings were excellent. The burgers were delicious - a wide variety of topping meant anyone could get the burger they wanted. Good flavor to the meat and cooked as ordered. There was a surprisingly wide variety of entrees available, not just burgers.
Would we go again? Sure. The rampant ineptitude of the first half hour was entertaining as long as you were in the right frame of mind. The dinner well worth it.
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