We didn't even get to taste the food! As we walked in, we had heard previously that the service was horrific, but we were interested in an Elk burger. We walked in the door, and a server explained that she had no idea when we'd even get to be served or waited on. I said to her, "We've heard that about this place, but we were hoping the source was wrong." She shrugged her shoulders and said, "Yeah that's about the truth of it." We were blown away. I looked around, and I noticed that several tables had no food at all on them. I asked two tables if they'd eaten yet, and one replied, "It's been over an hour, and we still have no food." The restaurant was not even FULL. There were only 9 tables being used in the whole place! I've never head of such a thing before, and we walked out and headed to the Cork and Bean. This place needs to close, if they can't even handle 9 tables, on a Sunday afternoon.
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