Not a good experience this time. First they sat us at a table and a few minutes later sat another party right next to us. The seats were joining each other so the other party was about a foot from us. Two rather loud ladies talking about their hospital experience. The restaurant was nearly empty-WHY? We asked to be moved and it took a very long time and was awkward. We should not have been put in this position. The Ceasar salad was terrible, the dressing tasted like straight garlic juice. The steaks were overcooked and dry. Big chunks of Broccoli w/o any seasonings or butter.
On the upside our waitstaff was excellent. (Not the hostess, she was clueless for the seating situation.) They saw that we didn't eat our Ceasar salads and offered to sub another side. Frozen margaritas and sweet potato fries were good. Not good enough however to warrant going back. Please learn how to cook steaks, otherwise what's the point?
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