Granted, it was a busy Saturday night. The place was packed and they were extremely short staffed. I counted 3 waitresses for well over 200 thirsty and hungry guests. We waited 20 minutes for a table which wasn't bad considering the crowd. Our order was taken almost as quickly as we sat down. But then... 1hr later our waitress comes out with our food apologizing that she didn't feel her buzzer in the back pocket. Apparently our food had been under the warmer for a while. Even though it was not piping hot... the vegetarian PIZZA was still amazing! I had the pulled pork which didn't fare as well under the heat lamp that long. I could not eat the bun, it was a rock. The meat was tough and dry and my sweet potato fries were a soggy mess. The owner visited our table to see how things were. I told him the meat was dry and his comment as he shook his head was "that shouldn't be that way" and he walked away. No apology, no offer to replace... that was it. We will not go out of our way to visit here again. We only visited because one of our favorite bands was playing. We didn't even get to watch them because we were stuck in the dining room waiting for food and they were tucked into a tiny corner in an overcrowded bar. Very disappointed with this visit.
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