I almost didn't write this review, taking my horrible experience personally. I mean, how could it possibly have been this bad for someone else? Then I read another review that almost mimicked my experience, so I felt compelled to share. I travel weekly through Astoria and always am looking for hidden treasures for restaurants. I had had 2 other remarkable experiences in other Astoria restaurants, and as much as I wanted to return to them, I thought I'd hope for another great spot in the Supper Club. Well, 3 was definitely not the charm. In years of dining out critically (I work in the field), this was BY FAR the worst. The last I saw of the wait staff was when I received my entree. After I tried it, I was sure they didn't return because they KNEW it was deplorable. I ordered the Seafood Louis and counted 2 (TWO!) pieces of crab and 20 teeny little salad shrimp. I felt marginally "lucky" to find them because the salad was coated in approximately 1/2 cup of thick, gross 1000 Island Dressing amidst a bed of the plainest head lettuce. The wait staff didn't return to ask a thing (including what could have been revenue-producing with another potential glass of wine, dessert, coffee, a side of bread, etc....yep, no bread with the meal). They left the tab in a cup and never even offered a thank you. I was sure they knew I was not a local...but then I read that they treat some of the locals the same. The only saving grace is that it looks nice from the street and is in an up-and-coming beach town with SO much potential. If you're looking for a good restaurant, though, keep walking.
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