We booked the function room for a group of 40-50 for dinner last Saturday night. They had plenty of time to ensure that they had adequate staff for this event and they cut down the menu for us to ~1/3 the normal restaurant menu. Based on my experience (and info from another friend who sat at another table) I suggest AVOIDING this place for any large groups!! Three of the four of us at my table were served our meals, our waitress walked by (as did other staff) more than 6 times and never stopped to ask if everything was OK or to explain why I never got served my meal. It wasn't until 30 minutes later when she was clearing our table and my Wife asked her why I didn't get my meal (fish & chips) . . . then it took another 15 minutes before it arrived. BTW, my clam chowder was served with the rest of the appetizers at our table . . . it was luke warm but I decided to just eat it . . . good thing or I'd probably still be waiting for it.
Last night I verified with another friend who sat at another table and told me that their waitress took 2 orders and walked away . . . she had to be called back to the table and reminded to take the other 2 people's orders!
Of the three tables within easy eyesight (I had nothing better to do for an hour+), I noted that no one was asked if they wanted ketchup (many ordered fish & chips) or steak sauce (someone at our table ordered steak tips). In each case a customer had to specifically ask for it or they didn't get it. If you wanted another drink you had to flag down the waitress as she buzzed by the table, they never asked.
Now given the above experience I can tell you that I'm one of 8-12 people who usually just drop into Morse Tavern unannounced one weeknight/month for the past 2 years and we've been accommodated much better each time than the experience with a reservation for a large group. The food is decent, but their service for a large group is pitiful. I spoke with the manager Saturday night and expressed my displeasure, he apologized and comped my meal but as I told him it should never have happened and I would reflect my experience accordingly.