This restaurant is overpriced for the average food and poor service it offers. I had a problem with the cocktail I was served and the bartender refused to make me another!? Then our food took forever to come to us. While we waited and waited for our food my husband and I discussed the unusual art on the walls. A dour faced woman dressed like a waitperson came by and snottily told us we were misinterpreting the art. Only later did we find out that it was the owner's wife (and also the artist herself) that had stopped by to chastise us, even though we were saying nothing negative about the paintings - just that they were unusual themes for a restaurant. If she doesn't invite comment on her art - perhaps she should hang them elsewhere or make herself known as the artist to her uninitiated customers?
Unfortunately, right now the Olympia is the only restaurant in town so we felt trapped having to eat there. The owners must be flush with the power of having a captive dining clientele.
Our dinner there was one of the worst dining experiences we have ever had.
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