It appears they purposely try to jack people on the Happy Hour Specials, so check your bill. First, the clock over the bar is set 10 minutes fast, and when I called it to the servers attention because we wanted to order before happy hour was over, they said "I know". The first time I ordered during happy hour, the food didn't have the discount but the drink did, and the server said "oh sorry that was supposed to go in automatically" and they adjusted it no problem. The next time we were there, one drink was listed as having been reduced, but the other drink and the food were supposed to have been totaled together in a "- discount" at the bottom, but the amount that was supposed to have been taken off was only half of what it should be. We had to send the bill back three times to get it corrected.
I want to like this place because they built a new stage for live music, and it is a pleasant atmosphere. But I am thinking they must have went through some major change in management, and it was not good. The first times I ordered food it was very good - I got shrimp tacos, and you could get any salad as a wrap and add ahi or meat. Well, they took both of these things off the menu, raised the prices, and don't have anything that is health conscious except $13 salads. All of the appetizers have meat, except the "ahi spring roll", which was revolting and $14. I pictured it being something light, but in fact, it was wrapped in this thick gooey dough and deep fried, with literally one shard of wilted cabbage. The fish was good quality, but it was encased in a doughnut and it may have even had cream cheese in it. The nachos have this mucus-y sauce that is NOT real cheese, and if you get it at happy hour it is 1/2 the size of a normal order. I haven't tried the calamari because it looked terrible - strips of mystery meat covered in really thick breading (no tentacles or little hats indicating it is actually squid). The only side order available is fries. The potato soup has meat and the only other soup is tomato. The good thing for someone who doesn't eat red meat is the fish tacos, and they are not excessively priced as is everything else on the menu.
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