We visited this restaurant for a light meal as the food is pretty consistent across the chain. We were able to get a table quickly, but the interior of the restaurant is under a two-month conversion to their new "wine bar" type concept and look. The floors are torn up, the wall openings covered with paper and the booths are literally ripped from the walls and set freestanding on construction paper. The hostess noted that it would be about 2 months until the conversion is done (Christmas time). The front seating bar area will be relocated. The food was good, as is typical. The question arose as to why they simply didn't close down and do the rehab while closed. They gave out a free desert coupon, but it has a "use by" date. Perhaps the new look dining concept will be nice when done, however, this visit was a bit disrupted by the construction look.
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