We decided to try the Fairfield Inn again for dinner, but this time we brought our own wine since they do not have a liquor license anymore since the place changed ownership. We want to like this place but have found most everything except the atmosphere disappointing. The server was pleasant enough, but the service was slow. We were surprised at the slow service since it wasn't very busy on a Saturday night in September. We sat in the area close to the bar and it was noisy because the staff congregated at the bar and told stories all night long. My husband ordered the steak which was over cooked, I went with the house special, chicken and biscuits, which usually is very good, but was dry and the vegetables were too hard, not really cooked enough. We would have said something but no one came around to ask if everything was alright with our meals. We left very disappointed.
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