An early mountain thunderstorm was passing through, we decided to just stay at the hotel and grab a quick dinner. The restaurant had about 20 diners @ around 5 tables. We ordered two pizzas and I ordered a beer. 25 minutes later I asked where the beer might be, and apologies accepted. After another 20 minutes, the chef comes out and makes apologies for the delay in our food and the table closest to us. About 10 minutes later the other table receives a pizza and a couple other small dishes. HOPE! Food does come out of that kitchen! Fortunately, the four of us enjoy each other's company and always have something to talk about - fortunate because we weren't going to see our food for awhile. The pizzas arrive and they're COLD! No burning the roof of your mouth here! We told our waitress who apologized and offered us free desserts.
So far, lots of apologies and little else. I wonder how this restaurant, servers, chef could possibly handle a dinner service at the height of ski season when a slow summer evening turns out to be a bust!
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