We have visited this location many times, under prior ownership and management. We love Mosier, and try to support the local businesses (which seem to fade with the seasons and economic turbulence). The folks at Thirsty Woman are certainly trying, but there are more kinks than successes, given our experience. The taps are located across the way, in the pub, no taps in the restaurant itself. Sitting outside, enjoying the lovely evening, we watched the harried wait staff racing back and forth between the pub and restaurant, fetching drinks and glasses, ignoring tables as they passed back and forth between the buildings. While our food was pretty good, and the beer delicious, we waited a very long time to order, and couldn't help but feel like they were making the whole process of serving food and drink much more complicated than it needed to be. There's also the yellow jacket problem. As soon as food lands on a table, the yellow jackets swoop in. The owners would be wise to place some traps away from the eating area, perhaps reducing the onslaught of buzzy pests, which kinda ruin the long-awaited meal.
We will try again, in the hopes that these hard working people will find a groove, but it might take a little while to recover from last night's disappointing experience.
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