When I worked in a restaurant, years ago, I always hated large groups. Especially those of 50 or more. The whole restaurant would have to gear up and, essentially, cater to the group. And those regular diners of 2 or 4 would end up paying the consequence of the kitchen having to meet the needs of the big group. Inevitably, every diner ended up having poor food and service, and all the workers ran their butts off.
So it was with this place. One group was of 27 at 3 tables. Another 18 at one long table. The two of us got food that was poorly prepared and the service was just OK.
Find a small place instead.
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