Popped in to grab some lunch on a weekday afternoon. There were less than 10 customers in the bar, but the bartender was far more interested in chatting with other employees and the regulars to offer any kind of service. Finally ordered a beer and a chicken sandwich. I found that the wifi wasn't working and the bartender offered to reset the router but it didn't take him long to forget to do that. Had he been able to do so, I would've happily stayed for a few beers while I whittled away on my emails and reviewed a presentation I needed to deliver later in the week.
Before my sandwich was delivered, his shift ended and a new bartender came on duty. She wasn't much better; slow to offer refills on beer or water, not interested in checking on my food or needs. Most contentious employees realize that the longer a patron stays in the bar, the more they'll spend but that fact seem to escape these employees.
The restaurant is giant, and that seems great if you want to book a room to host a party. The layout is a bit difficult as there don't seem to be many seats which can see a television comfortably and that's quite odd for a sports bar. Given the floor plan and the service, I'd hate to attend this location for a sporting event I was eager to watch with friends over a few drinks and a pub food lunch.
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