Some few days after dinner at this restaurant I am still confused. The dining room is warm, full of natural light and appears meticulously painted and decorated. I might characterize it as spare, upscale farmhouse style. So with that first impression I'm having trouble reconciling my experience with my expectations. The service was both eager and earnest. I truly think our waiter came over every two minutes to ask how things were or to see what else he could do. I appreciate the effort, but it came across, unfortunately, as unpolished, the product of an eager-to-please nature with poor training. We had appetizers, salad (which was inexplicably served before the appetizers) and entrees, all of which were enormous. The Caesar salad was slathered in dressing, and, while it was served on a reasonably-sized salad plate, the mound of salad must have been 6 inches high. We ended up taking almost all of our entrees home, as we were stuffed after the second course. While my companion is a light eater, I am most assuredly not, and I am capable of putting away a lot of food. I guess I'd say that other than the appearance of the dining room, everything about the experience reminded me of an Appleby's. I'm not sure I'd go back for dinner, but I might try it for lunch if it's open (not sure).
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