My family recently decided to try this restaurant for the first time. It has a nice atmosphere including a view of the food preparers, a gas fireplace, and live jazz (nice dinner music) beginning at 6 p.m. There were nine of us in our group and, since there are mostly booths in the restaurant, we were seated at two back-to-back booths. The menu is just one page (front and back) but there is a nice selection from which to choose. It's a bit pricey, but the food is made from scratch, and it's very good with generous portions. They don't give you bread to enjoy while you're waiting for your meal, but we ordered onion rings to munch on. The greeters could use some training as well as the person who seated us but, other than that, no complaints. Please do be careful when you're walking towards the entrance, as the curb is painted black (and the lighting in the parking lot is lacking) and a woman fell and hurt herself because she didn't see it. Be careful!
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