My husband and adult son took me here for my birthday dinner. It was a huge disappointment!
To start we waited in a dark very small area right next to the front door. Burrrrr it was cold!
The owner Rebecca Condotta greeted us with "do you have a reservation?"My husband answered "no" she replied with a loud sigh "I will go clear a table".(Made us feel like we were a pain in her [--] ) my husband said "never mind we will go elsewhere" she said give me a minute and walked off. (Too bad we didn't escape then)
The owner/chef Rebecca Condotta then came to our table and said "what can I get you folks this evening?" We said we didn't know as we had not been given menus yet. Another loud sigh and huffed off to get menus.
We placed our order, got our wine and loaf of bread. Then came the really long wait. And I mean really long wait.
I was sipping my wine when she delivered our food. Because I wasn't quick enough to set my glass down she cleared her throat and rolled her eyes at me! I felt like I was being scolded by the house mother at an orphanage! My husband was afraid she might whack his knuckles with a ruler!
The shrimp Alfredo was almost inedible as it was covered in uncooked grated cheese (Parmesan maybe) way too salty! The pasta was mushy. The salad my husband had was nothing special for $8.00
I must admit my son and I liked her French onion soup.
My son tolerated the booth seat wobbling the whole time (diners on other side) Appears they didn't secure the booth.
When my husband mentioned to her that we were celebrating my birthday she snapped and said "I have 5 other birthdays I'm serving tonight". She couldn't even wish me a happy birthday? How rude is this?
At the end of our lousy dining experience Rebecca's demeanor seemed to have changed (or maybe she had a nice twin helping out) it was apparent to all of us that she was after a good tip. Well, sorry Rebecca. If you didn't treat customers like they were Privates in boot camp, you would have made a really nice tip.
We saw on her Facebook that she studied culinary arts at the school of hard knocks. Seems she should have considered attending etiquette and charm school instead.
We like to support local establishments, but will never return to Rebecca's.
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