Food was pretty good -- no sign of the "butter sauce" on the butternut squash ravioli, and my companion had to ask for dressing on the salad. The bread was fantastic. Service brought my rating down from "very good" to "average". When the server finally arrived, we asked to order our food since we didn't want any drinks, and she insisted on taking a "drink order". Then she apologized for the delay because of the "rush". There was no sign of a rush; most of the tables were full but they were all happily eating. Whatever.
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