We've driven past this place many times and last week we finally went inside to the bar. The Martinis were thoroughly enjoyed by my wife and pronounced "The best ever!" We had an appetizer at the bar and enjoyed it, so we went back last night for dinner.
We were seated right away as the restaurant only had about 5 or 6 occupied tables. Despite this fact, we were seated next to the kitchen and waited patiently for someone to ask us if we would like to place a drink order. This must have been apparent to the bus staff who took much better care of the customers that the wait staff. The bus staff took and delivered our drink order. Our waitress finally appeared and took our dinner order but during our wait we couldn't help but notice that the young man and young girl on the bus staff were doing most of the work on the floor. It was obvious that they are the glue that keeps this place together! Too bad only the customers could see this. There was no visible management on the floor. If management was busy in the kitchen, then they dropped the ball there as well.
My eggplant parmesan had delicious red sauce but still tasted like the inside of a freezer. I saw no point in sending it back and I usually just vote with my checkbook. My wife said she was no big fan of her shrimp dish as well. We may still visit the bar but that will be the last time we dine in the restaurant. I hope management reads this and promotes the bus staff to wait staff and then visits the kitchen to taste what is served.
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