The first time I dined here my impression was "overpriced", "inexperienced waitstaff", "decent food albeit overpriced" but, on a beautiful Fall day, who cares? However, when I returned on a cold, icy, snowy, pre-New Years Eve day, the weather was not able to mask the inconsistencies and lack of service and quality. I will NEVER return to this place and will discourage anyone else from even trying it. With the Boulders Inn only a stone's throw away (we were too late for lunch at the Boulders on the day of our visit), why would you subject yourself to this? I brought a friend who was visiting the area (I live in Bethlehem, CT) and we arrived starving and ready to eat; we waited 45 minutes to be served!! Needless to say, by the time the food arrived we were both "beasty" and the surly, lackluster, pompous waitress only made it worse. When the food arrived, it was just awful. The waitress was clear that we were not happy with the service or the food and she blatantly avoided our table! It should be noted that in order to actually get served in 45 minutes, we had to physically get up and walk over to the bar to inquire how much longer it would be. We repeatedly asked for bread and were told that it usually arrives with the meal ... EXCUSE me? On what planet!!! We couldn't wait to leave and that too was a wait to get the check. The surly waitress had that delivered by another waitress ... An overall horrendous experience! We left ZERO for the tip ... I haven't done that in over 20 years!!! On a positive note, I hear the owners are really nice people ... as if that's a reason to go to an abyssmal property with horrible and, sometimes, mediocre food. A word to the wise ... STAY AWAY!!!
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