Visited this restaurant for Sunday brunch today. Service was not very good at all. There were two of us and we ordered the half carafe spicy bloody mary. Server came back with the carafe and ONE glass and referred to it as an "extra" glass. The glass she did bring was full of half melted ice. I'm assuming people drink directly from the carafe, in which case, we would have ordered two, especially since the carafe was 90% ice and 10% bloody mary. It was NOT spicy at all. We both ordered the crab benedict. It was HORRIBLE. It was served over a biscuit which I am almost certain had been sitting around for weeks. It was hard and tasted of old grease. The next layer was a small dollop of canned crab that tasted very old and suspect. The egg was actually cooked perfectly but was covered with something that was supposed to hollandaise sauce but tasted more like expired Thousand Island dressing. Oh, and it was cold! This was all served with a side of sliced, raw potatoes. Not once during our meal did the server ever ask how everything was...not once. I will never come back here. The only reason for two stars is the view.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.