It is a small restaurant but it always looks busy which is good. The tables are very close together so you could listen to your neighbors conversation if you wanted to :-). they have all kinds of diffrent china which they bought from Antique stores - this is kind of neat. The food, was good, but nothing special. I had the Brussel sprouts and the spinach gnocchi with i think it was squash sauce, but again, it was nothing to be to exited about. My husband tried the Magaritha pizza since there were not to many other choices of pizzas or pasta.
The Hostess had some kind of noise making shells on her ankle and it was kind of annoying every time she walked by. our waitress was very nice and helpful. But there was one chef (and he was not the executive chef), and i could not figure it out if he was already off the clock or working since he was walking around in front of the line, once talking to and joking around with the bartender, than the waiters.... i little bit to casual in my opinion and i just dont think it makes a good impressen to the guests
Oh, a very nice thing the have is a royal high table which seats i think at least 10 - 12 people!
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