This is one of the oddest restaurant experiences I have ever had. The property itself seems to be in some decline, and the parking situation is a hazard guests should keep in mind-a steep hill to a small lot that is impossible to maneuver when full (how would you know?), requiring that we back down a narrow driveway. There is a large lot below requiring a hike back up the steep hill-a weekend night but no valet-as advertised- in sight. Mobility impaired beware!
There are four window tables, two of which are tiny tables for two outside. The view is barely visible from anywhere else in the dining room and going outside puts you right in the laps of the outdoor diners.
We arrived to find unbussed tables and unserved customers throughout the dining room. The service is crazy-two women bustling around taking random orders at random times, and that's exactly how the food comes out of the kitchen, none of which was especially warm or appealing. The two of us had appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts, plus wine, all highly mediocre and overpriced (paying for a view you won't see?). The wine list is nothing special-a lot of grocery store brands-and offers few 'by the glass' options. This was a lovely home at one time, but in no way suited to be a restaurant.
Such a poor experience I felt the need to apologize to my dinner guest.
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