This restaurant is at the Grand Imperial Hotel which is over a century old. It's a Victorian building with its usual bells and whistles. The Piano player who was belting out classics and rhymes was easily the best thing about the restaurant. There was no host to greet us, and we ended up asking a waitress for seating place after waiting at the door for 5 minutes. When she took us to a empty table her supervisor told that that table was reserved and there were no other tables. Clearly there was lack of communication/information among the employees. We then had to sit at the bar. The bar itself was impressive with all kinds of booze. The food was strictly average. The bartender was knowledgeable and welcoming though.
The BBQ joint couple of blocks down the street was a better choice in terms of food my opinion. But if you want an overall experience of nice atmosphere, great piano and Victorian themed dressed waitresses it's not a bad place to checkout.
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