Dinner for 7 May 10, 2012. We sat in a large area of the restaurant that was serviced by only one waiter. He took and delivered the drink, food and wine orders for the entire area so the service was spotty at best. He tried hard but he was simply overworked. The menu sounded pretty good--nothing off the charts--just steaks, chicken and seafood all prepared in traditional ways. Nothing inventive or interesting coming out of the kitchen. The prices were at the upper range for this type of food. In fact, at the prices being charged one would expect a more exciting range of food options. It took us almost 3 hours to have drinks with appetizers and then our entrees and we served our own wine. Drinks and 3 bottles of wine totaled $200 and the food bill was $350 for 7 people--about $50 each for the food which was two appetizer platters at $28 each (way overpriced for what you got) and then the entrees, which all topped $35 apiece, whether it was fish, chicken or steak. Disappointing overall and I wouldn't go back. By the way, the location is right downtown and they don't valet park so you have to locate the public parking in the basement of the building, find a space then wind your way up two sets of escalators and then find the door to the restaurant. They stamp your parking ticket but the parking alone is enough to make me never go back. Coupled with the ordinary presentations and the high prices, this is a no go. This is my first Kincaid's experience and it seems they are a Morton's wanna be but can't pull it off.
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