Despite confusion about if we belonged in the bar side of the restaurant, or the "food" side of the restaurant, once we were seated the second time, the food was good. I don't understand why it was such a big deal about where we sat, since the menu was the same in both places. Our first waitress had to go check to see if the specific items we wanted could be served on the bar side or not. This certainly makes you wonder if you should even stay since they made us move even though our order had been given to the kitchen. It made for an unsettling evening instead of an enjoyable one.
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