The WORST dining experience of all time for both my wife and I. With a dining history consisting of many countries, cites, and rural settings, this was the worst in 40-50 years. In fairness, it was the service or complete lack thereof that made our evening difficult to believe. At first, our waiter was a buffoon, forgetting our order for a bottle of wine. The wine's vintage ended up being one NOT on the menu so who knows if this was intentional or not because when the Maitre d' (Chef's Wife) explained that "older was obviously better" and that she had no control over what the wine distributor delivered. There was even a red type caveat about this printed in the menu. But then it got worse.....the waiter disappeared!!! For 20-30 minutes there was no wait staff who visited the table to remove a plate, water, pour wine, etc. I finally got up and walked to the reception area and asked the hostess where our waiter could be. She replied "he was fired"! So when was he fired? Not sure, but no one felt it was important enough to visit the tables assigned to the fired waiter. Then it got worse. The Chef's wife (Maitre d' ) came to our table and arrogantly attempted to explain how we should be more understanding of these problems. I assume she was referring to being ignored for 20-30 minutes. This woman is capable of ruining any fine dining experience. She belongs in the DMV where ignorance, arrogance, and rudeness are expected. NOT in the restaurant business!!. The wine was good, the entree was good. We paid full price sans tip for the fired waiter. The Maitre d' offered to comp a Side Salad that never arrived, and later a piece of Key Lime pie. I was curious if she would comp the wine or an entree but that never occurred to her. At this point it was time to leave and end the experience. Which we did. We will never return. Oh, and I've been kind in writing this.
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