We knew something was off when the first thing the hostess asked us was whether we could be done eating (a reservation starting at 6:15pm) by 7:30pm. While it was a busy restaurant, we immediately felt rushed for our dinner. It is the restaurant's job to make sure it did not overbook tables, not the patron's. While the menu options were quite interesting, seasoning issues distracted from the local essence of the dishes. I had the tuna ceviche to start and the buffalo strip steak with a bourbon sauce for my main. The sides (served family style) for our table included the truffled mashed potatoes, seasonal wild mushrooms, and asparagus. Both the ceviche and strip steak were extremely peppery, to a point that I had trouble tasting the fish/meat itself. Several other members of our table had the same complaint. The sides were good, but not to die for. Additionally, the service was very slow. There was an unusual amount of time between the appetizers and main courses. Looking around, most of the waiters and waitresses were standing around while many other patrons were also waiting for food. It was a very bizarre situation. I think this restaurant had great potential and I like to think they were just having a bad night. I invite you to try it yourself and I thank you for reading my review!
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