Central location, easy parking and and modern clean decor.
The Bad: Spare environment. Nothing on the tables, no flowers, art or anything other than hard furniture. The room sits on a busy corner. It's view is of two busy streets. The booths have very low backs, barely a foot high. Not enough support for your back. Very uncomfortable, like sitting on a bench. The cold interior and hard view make this place feel unwelcoming.
The Ugly: We were one of three tables there for cocktails and dinner. When our waiter finally got around to coming over we got served with lots of attitude. First we were told that happy hour pricing was in effect but only if we moved over 5 feet to the bar. There were three of us so the bar didn't really make sense for dinner. Then we were told we would pay full price for drinks. It seemed like a bad idea to tell us about happy hour pricing and then not give it to us. He was then out of the first two premium vodkas we tried to order. While ordering for dinner one of us asked if we could have extra vegetables instead of mashed potatoes. With out even checking we were told no. He then suggested another dish which didn't have mashed. It ended up being a flavorless chicken dish. With the exception of the bacon wrapped dates, none of our entrees were that good. There was nothing much about this place to draw me back. I was not able to get the waiter's name but he was a bald younger guy and I'm guessing of Indian decent.