I went to Quinn's for dinner on a Saturday night during Ultra. My first dish was the daily ceviche special, followed by mahi-mahi. Both choices were superb, as was the glass of wine the waiter chose for me based on my preferences. I was there with 3 other people, and they each got a classic mojito. One tasted noticeably different from the others, and was sent back. The replacement was fine. The waiter was slightly condescending. His descriptions of basic things like how a lobster tail "was raised from the shell and did not include the rest of the lobster" were grating and excessively simplistic. When I finally nodded in exasperation at his description of what potatoes dauphinoise were (without prompting), he called me out by saying, "but you already knew that, didn't you?" His service was thorough and attentive, but a little weird - I felt a little talked-down to. Finally, we sat outside on the front deck. The music from the club next door was thumping, so the restaurant combatted it with overly-loud cheesy jazz & piano music. The two songs competed with each other, and drowned out the dinner conversation. If I went back, I would ask for a table on the other side (farther south) or inside of the restaurant.
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