Walking into the Hardcover is like stepping back in time to the 1980's. The walls are dark, the fireplace was raging and the clientele is on the older side. Most salad bars closed down 30 years ago because of health concerns, but not at the Hardcover, they have 2 salad bars! When I went up to the salad bar, the person on the other side was handling the bread with her hands to cut it, leaving the part she touched for the next person to eat. This reminded me why we don't see salad bars around any longer. The main courses were very good, we had the scallops and prime rib combo and the medallions of tenderloin. The meat was cooked perfectly and the sauce was excellent. The service was a little confusing as they take a team approach, so I wasn't sure who to tip.
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