We came here with family, wanting to break bread and catch up, and despite the crowd and short-staffing we had good food and a great time. And no one urged us to leave sooner than we were ready. The food is tasty and well-prepared although not as inventive as their press might lead one to believe. Our server suggested just the right wine and when we all refused to order any of the intriguing desserts, he brought us a plate of small bites of key lime pie. Yum.
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