We had dinner at Taylor's to celebrate a special occasion. As this is a steakhouse it was obviously our first choice. The choices were great, though pricey, and the fries accompanied by the choice of creamed spinach, green beans or wild rice was a welcome change. Our steaks arrived medium rare, as ordered, though seemed rather thin - for the price.
The service was relaxed, and we were not rushed through our meal. We were seated soon after we arrived, and were allowed to pace ourselves through our meal. No feeling that someone was waiting for our table, probably because it was a Sunday evening. I do feel that the telephone reservation end of this business could do with a little more finess, and not make you feel as though you are being granted a great privilege to visit this establishment. The restaurant has a lovely patio area with a large fire place.
As for the No privacy part in the title: As mentioned we were there for a special occasion. The tables are rather close together, and we had a party of six at a table near us very loudly criticizing the current president and voicing disparate opinions. I feel this is not a place for this kind of conversation, and it pretty much spoiled the whole evening for us as we could not avoid being privy to their conversations, not to mention the discomfort of other patrons. A little more distance between tables might have helped. So what we were hoping for - a nice relaxing evening to celebrate, sadly eventually turned into a cannot get out of here fast enough disappointment.