As Yogi Berra famously once said, "This place is so busy no one goes there any more!" While we were queued up in front of the cashier, everyone in line kept getting jostled by waitstaff and other customers moving about. After placing the order, customers are given a numbered placard to take to their seats for the waitstaff to find. Finding seating in the crowded, college cafeteria style dining room is like circling a mall parking lot during the holiday rush. Nerve wracking. The burgers were outstanding with very original toppings and not terribly large -- actually refreshing in this state where wastefully outsized portions tend to be the norm. The breaded, fried pickle chips are an original touch, as are the shoestring fries in duck fat and the sweet potato fries. Excellent selection of beers. Customers wanting wine must purchase a pre-paid electronic card which is inserted into a machine that automatically dispenses the vintage of your choice. With each pour precisely measured to 3.5 oz, you can decant as much or as little as you like, for $2.50 - $3.75 a "shot." Clever touch. Delivery of food is painfully slow. The waiter "forgot" our ice cream desserts in the freezer for at least 45 minutes. When it finally arrived, however, both the coffee and vanilla scoops were outstandingly home made.
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