Beautiful view of the bridge. Reservations accepted. That's about it for the positives. The negatives are too numerous to name. Expensive food (weekday lunch of sandwiches for 5 adults and 2 kids at $200...no drinks, no dessert/coffee, 1 appetizer for the table), service with an attitude (the pretentious maître d' stopped only at selective tables to check on the customers.. I guess our family of seven in the corner was not worth a visit?). Having lived in NYC, we have witnessed some 'tude and may even tolerate it if the food is worthwhile. In this case, not acceptable, nothing special, not worth anyone's hard-earned $$$$.
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