We stopped here because another restaurant in the area was closed permanently. The decor is beautiful. It was not super crowded (about 6 other groups) and we were seated immediately. After we declined the "happy hour" special that was outlined for us, it was apparent that we weren't as "welcome" as the rest of the crowd who was imbibing. We ordered our food, which arrived fairly quickly. A Caesar salad with salmon was excellent as was the chicken salad wrap. Both were very nicely presented and very delicious. The food was overpriced--but typical for the area. It was a disappointment that our waitress did not stop by once after we received our food. She never asked if we needed anything else or how our meal was. A simple "is everything ok?" would have been nice. We were ignored during the entire time we were eating, which is unacceptable. The only reason a small tip was left was because 2 other women also working there were thoughtful enough to check on us, albeit a bit late--we were already finished.