Went to this place based on other TA and other reviews. We went early on a Friday afternoon to beat the crowd. There was no one there so we were seated immediately. We had several questions for the waiter, but he did not seem informed about what the soup of the day was, if they had a certain topping for pizza. He had to "go ask" the kitchen twice. Waiters need to know what they have or don't have, period.
We placed our orders for soups and the waiter did not ask if we were also ready to order main course. He placed order for soups and once they came, he then asked us for our entree order. We ordered some gourmet pizzas which appeared to be nice on the menu. We waited 45 minutes for pizzas and the restaurant was empty. What's up with that? Once the pizzas came they were good, but not worth that kind of wait at all. What were they doing in the kitchen all that time escapes me. Also, there was some nice music playing in the dining room but it was competing with other loud music that was blaring in the kitchen. This should not be. There should be no music in kitchen if it can be heard in dining room, period. Each time waiter opened door to kitchen the music was that much louder. I can't believe that mgmt. or anyone else has not noticed this. Also, if you have a nice car, leave it at home. Their parking lot is gravel and full of large holes from the winter. It was a total mud bog and I had to dart around the mud filled holes to get in and out of the parking lot. Then I needed a carwash due to all the mud on my car. I feel the food is good but all other things that were not attended to made for a bad experience. I hope mgmt reads this review and makes some changes. Great potential, but potential does not drive people to come back.
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