Olga is not personable. She's snobby. Still, I didn't let her attitude put me off. Her hotel, converted into a creative showcase or crafts and food, is a gorgeous, period establishment that is fun to browse through and gather some historical feel for the area. For all the airs they put on about the homemade food, I have mixed reviews. Service is NOT attentive. Some things are fantastic - like the home smoked Turkey - a must have. Portions are a little small. $$ is a little much for the portion. Hey - when I sit down to eat at a place like this, I expect stellar service, with a smile, and some bread or something to munch on with dinner. Sheesh. The experience felt like they were being chintzy. They should have some local, homemade bakery items for dessert. There are not a lot of GOOD restaurants to go to around her. This one should make a show of what they can do. Get a clue and Get better! Hope they improve.
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