First, the food was just below average. My fish was overcooked and my daughter wouldn't even eat her spaghetti with butter. My husband's fried chicken was good.
Second, the server was none too friendly although she did do her job relatively well. When asked to refill my daughter's milk, I was told that would be a separate charge (ridiculous but fine). However, instead of taking my daughter's cup or bringing a new one, she brought the milk in a soda cup and poured it into her existing cup at the table.
Third, the decor was horrible. There was nothing nostalgic about the 1970s everything. The railing spacing on the second floor overlooking the bar was so wide my three year old could slip through it without turning sideways. The wood was dark and chipped. It was overall grungy.
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