We had reservations for their special Thanksgiving dinner. How disappointing! The salad was fresh but the dressing almost non existent and very watery. We were served a basket of rolls without butter - and had to request butter. We didn't have bread plates and were served our bread and salads without bread plates to place the bread on and had to request bread plates too. We were rushed through the salad, and carrot salad - and our server came out with two plates of food while we were still eating our carrot salad. The dinners were both cold and had to be sent back to the kitchen to be warmed - they came right back luke warm. The green beans were raw, still served cold (luke warm the second time around) and had absolutely no seasoning. I added butter, salt and pepper from the table. The sweet potatoes were not edible (my husband thought they tasted canned). I could not describe the taste, my husband thought they tasted like tin can. Neither of us could eat them. The mashed potatoes were luke warm, sort of hard, and the flavor had a weird smokey taste. We were both served 1 skimpy slice of turkey, smothered in cranberry sauce (which was okay) over a bed of dry crumbly stuffing. I literally got 4 bites of turkey with my dinner, my husband got 6 bites in his portion. We were offered a choice of dessert, but were never offered coffee or tea (which was supposed to come with the meal). I was very disappointed with the meal - even more so because it cost us $21 per person!! The ambiance and decor at the restaurant was very nice.
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