We were a party of seven, which isn't horribly challenging, but our waitress was ancient. As I looked around the room (we sat inside in the original seating section of the restaurant) I noticed that most of the wait staff were older women. No inherent problem there, but most seemed well beyond their efficient prime. I think some of them have actually been waiting tables there since I moved into the area in 1990 and they were middle aged then. Our waitress was kind-hearted, but never noticed our empty drinks so needed constant reminders of refills. She also did not understand personal space as she served the person next to you by reaching right in front of your face to get to their part of the table. Refilled my water with the pitcher condensation dripping on my food. Frustrating to pay $25 an entry for good food and fantastic atmosphere to be annoyed by bad service. I liked her, she just needs to retire (as did some others from my take of the rest of the waitstaff) Outside is a different story. Everyone out there was fresh-faced and hustling. That is the burger and nacho area with smaller tabs. Apparently you have to work your way inside to the bigger tip area and this process takes a long time. Again, nothing against older waitstaff in general, but sometimes as management, you have to have those tough conversations with the slower staff to keep your clientele well-served.