We've been using this restaurant now for about five years. It seems to be trying to move down market to follow the economy. The meals are adequate but unremarkable. The sea bass tonight was a little "fishy". The fire roasted vegetable were good. The shrimp were overcooked. The service was classic up-scale chain-restaurant phoney. I don't want to know my server's name. I don't want to know his or her opinion on the brilliance of my order; the phoniness is insulting. The house wine was good.
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