We've driven by this restaurant several times during the summer, and the parking lot always seemed to be full anytime of the week (clear indication of a robust business and satisfied customers). Now we're in the know too!
Unfortunately too chilly to sit on the patio this week (just looking at the fantastic outdoor space here, it's obvious why this restaurant is so jumping in the warmer months). We were there on a Tuesday night to celebrate our sister/sister-in-law's birthday and it was still fairly busy inside.
Tuesday night is 'all you can eat' pasta (select menu only) and includes a plate of garlic bread and one garden or Caesar salad app. I enjoyed my pasta and my nieces also enjoyed their pastas (this restaurant does a great job catering to all eaters, my youngest niece only wanted spaghetti and sauce and her request was easily accommodated!).
Hubby and the 'birthday girl' enjoyed 'surf and surf' of grilled swordfish and shrimp. Portions were large and attractively presented. My brother-in-law had a duck entree that he said was dry. We told our server and his entree was graciously removed from the bill (again, excellent service without a hint of attitude). We enjoyed cake for dessert, sweets menu isn't huge but selections are very tasty and attractively presented.
As I've already mentioned, service was excellent and our server Christina is an absolute delight. Although I certainly hope she finds work in her chosen field (teaching), the educational system's obvious loss is the Open Cork's gain...combined with tasty and abundant food, the genuine and attentive service at this establishment is clearly the reason why patrons return again and again.
Well done Open Cork, and thanks again to Christina!
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