My husband and I went to this restaurant when visiting Cottonwood based on a recommendation from a local resident. We happened to be celebrating our 47th anniversary that evening and had been told that the filet mignon is wonderful. We did not have reservations and did not want to wait two hours so decided to have Happy Hour and then just eat in the bar. The restaurant and bar are not large but the entire place was staffed by only three people. We felt that this restaurant is a "work in progress" and many little details that would make it fantastic were overlooked. For instance, we had to ask about an entree that we saw someone eating but was not on the menu. It was a special for the evening but nobody had mentioned it to us. My husband's filet - OK but not really flavorful - was ordered medium but arrived very red and bloody (he ate it anyway but I couldn't share it cooked that way), we were not given bowls for the mussel and clam shells or the crab leg shells, the salad was a little warm, there was no salt or pepper on the tables, and, WORST OF ALL, NOBODY EVER checked back with us after serving our entrees to see if everything was OK in spite of going back in forth by our table at least twenty times. Also, our server said that all entrees are a la carte and even specified that the crab legs come with no potato or vegetable because it would be "too much food." However, our two entrees both came with vegetable and potato. More training is definitely needed!!
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