What a disappointment. We were a group of well educated, well traveled seniors who traveled to Middleburg for dinner. We did arrive a little early of our 6:30 reservation. Our table was ready and there were only a few other tables occupied on arrival. We were served drinks and appetizers were ordered. Warm bread was served - one slice per person- with a nice honey herb butter. The bread was never re-supplied even when requested. We had read about the Truffle Fries so 2 orders were place for the table. I admit to not being a FF fan but there was really nothing special about these. I'm not sure they even were all eaten. We were not in a hurry but the waits were ridiclously long - like 1 1/2 hrs to get our entrees. I realize a group can be difficult but the 2-4 tops who all came in later were all getting their meals. Nine of the ten were disappointed with their entrees and at least 2 were unedible. They ran out of coffee twice during dessert and after dinner drinks. Nick our server is obviously inexperienced but has a quick wit and wonderful personality unlike his associate who was very rude when we asked her about the delayed coffee. I doubt the desserts are in-house and they ran out of one of the choices. In all we spent 3 extremely long hours there including the confusion with the bills and credit card mix-ups. In Europe this might not be lengthy but in this case it turned unbearable. Nick was the only saving grace as we probably have left early on. We will not be back however.
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