Went to their grand opening and had very good meal and good service. Their weak point is lack of real atmosphere in their newly remodeled space. They chose plastic table liners for their table tops--not acceptable for a place with ala cart menu prices of $20 plus. Tables really need tablecloths and some candles or better lighting on the tables. Ceiling lights are not good. And the artwork--or lack of art--is substandard in a bistro setting. They hung cheap Broadway show posters having nothing to do with their look or color scheme. Once again the owners of the Indigo Hotel have taken a cheap approach to almost everything they do, and it shows in their newest remodeling.
Perhaps the food is good and the chef is trying hard, but lack of atmosphere with upscale menu pricing will not bring people back for more. Note to restaurant manager--look around other upscale restaurants and perhaps talk to a design professional and make some changes, quickly.
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