The restaurant is absolutely beautiful with attentive service in a lovely restored church but our food was overcooked and I believe I've had better steaks at Montana's at more than half the price. The chef devotes a lot of time to a varied menu that can rarely be had elsewhere but the people at our table complained that the soups arrived tepid. Access to the restaurant is for able bodied people as there are about 6 steps to access the restaurant. As we arrived there was a man with a walker outside trying to figure out how to get in. The steps are actually crumbling and in great need of repair.
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