The restaurant should be called The Average Lux Cafe. There is nothing that sets this restaurant apart from other restaurants except the excessive use of marble for the interior finishes. My dining experience began with a hostess who was clueless about the menu or what the restaurant specialized in. I eat at Cheesecake Factory quite frequently and I was expecting an upscale Cheesecake Factory. I did not find this to be an upscale restaurant other than you have to pre-order your desserts because they take 30 minutes to prepare. Upscale begins with excellent service and quality food, not just deserts that take a long time to bring to the table. The manager was very friendly and the food and service were ok, however, there was nothing that made me want to return with a date or bring a group here for a special occasion. It was just average food and service, and heavy on the marble interior finishes. The salads are actually better at the Cheesecake Factory.
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