The experience started when I called to make a reservation for Valentine's day. My call was passed around to a few people and then finally to someone who could book it, but I felt as though I was burdening them. I brushed it off because the website and menu looked so enticing!
There are two parking lots close by, one is a garage a few blocks away and the other a lot kitty corner to the establishment. Both are pay parking. I did not see an area specifically for Vintage room parking. We arrived early for our reservation and were seated right away. The booths are huge and could accommodate up to 8 people easily. There were only 10 booths and the majority of them were only seated as two tops, so the restaurant was NOT packed. We ordered our food and it took 40 minutes to receive our appetizers. AND 40 mins to get another water and beer. The spinach and artichoke dip was okay, the trio Slider app was delicious and the highlight of the meal. Our main courses arrived when the apps were still on the table. I ordered the bone in rib eye with a green onion buttermilk sauce, fingerling potatoes and asparagus. Everything on the plate was coated in the same seasoning and tasted the same. The potatoes were under cooked and unappetizing. The steak was under seasoned, and bland. I can't remember the last time I didn't finish a steak...my husband had the pizza. He said that it was good, but not great. The wood fire pizza oven was one of the reasons we wanted to come to the restaurant. Now about the desserts...they listed a red velvet lava cake for dessert. I expected a warm red velvet cake oozing with chocolatey goodness, what I got was a pre baked red velvet bundt cake with hot fudge poured in the middle before serving. The plate was a mess of chocolate and Carmel drizzle on EVERYTHING. The dessert had a lot of potential but I had the expectation of a lava cake. Ask for a booth closer to the bar, the one the door has the hostess stand right there and it is distracting to hear them talking and working there while trying to have a meal and conversation of your own. The restaurant decoris modern and clean. I loved the wine racks and the private dining room out front was beautiful. We would not return, the lack of service combined with the bland, mis represented food is a no go for us.
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