We went on a Saturday afternoon and had a nice two top table outside. We ordered a pitcher of white sangria which was pretty good, although they used canned fruit in its ingredients, which I would never do at home. We ordered an appetizer, mushroom empanadas with a garlic aioli. The appetizers arrived hot and were very good. In our discussions with the server we talked about sandwiches, etc. Later, when we got the server's attention he indicated that we would have to order from the dinner menu now and not the lunch menu. It was in that transitional period of the day, 4pm to 5 pm when a sandwich would have been better as we were going to go out late for dinner. The restaurant was not busy. It looked busy because only the seating facing the street was being used. The kitchen was not busy, yet, the restaurant, via the server could not accommodate our request and nor were we informed when provided the menu that certain items were only available at a particular time, nor was there follow up on the server's part to inform his guests about the menu change. I felt that it was only a ploy by the server to exact two full fare dinners at 4:30 in the afternoon to pad his check. The plan backfired and I did not order anything further but we enjoyed the view. It was a beautiful day, but the decisions made by either the server, the kitchen, or the management need to be reviewed. Do your best to keep your guests happy! It appears that there are a lot of eateries to choose from in this area, perhaps the restaurant would benefit from repeat business. I would not return to this establishment.
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