Love at first sight last Fall. Just a burger, but the perfect (huge) burger where you learn the quality of beef matters. Everything else, from salad to coffee, said "this is a kitchen that never takes shortcuts or scrimps on ingredients". Still great in january. In the Spring, calamari was pieces of fried breading with bits of squid inside, but we all make mistakes. But last week, the broiled fish was a mound of very nice potatoes crowned with a scrap of codfish. The service, formerly perfectly attentive, as tone-deaf, frequent visits of jolliness followed by long absence. Maybe a new management, since the previous one actually wanted to know "how is your dish?" (never - gag - how was everything?). The nice ambiance created by the clever separation of bar and dining areas was degraded by the trendy but intrusive elevator music. Like John K, I'm hoping they get back on the path of righteousness.
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