The food was good, but the atmosphere and ambiance were very plain and not very romantic. We had reservations for 1730, right when they were supposed to open, because we had tickets for the theater at 1900. The restaurant did not open until almost 1800 which meant we had to rush to get our dinner and did not truly get to enjoy it.
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