We came at the tail of the dinner rush, and the restaurant and staff looked a little exhausted from the evening. Our table was short on personal space. There were tables being disassembled around us as the emptied out. I had the feeling the place must be optimized for quick turnover and a good profit margin, but at the expense of a peaceful dining experience. The food, though, was very good, except for the caesar salad which was swimming in too much of the otherwise good dressing.
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