Set in a historical building, the restaurant seemed interesting and the waitress greeted us promptly and informed us of the history. Nice touch. Then we gave our order and she disappeared from sight although we were the ONLY customers in the room. When my white bean, beef stew arrived, it was missing the beans. When I pointed this out to her, she said"I'll have to ask the chef"A very young looking man who answered her,"Oh I screwed up". So we could see and hear him.She returned to the table to say,"He says there just weren't that many beans in the cup, but he'll add more."I HEARD tthe conversation. The rest of the food arrived and my husband's lobster sliders consisted of one slice if white bread cut into fours with some dry lobster and wilted lettuce. My Greek salad fit on a plate the size of a saucer fora tea cup.No exaggeration! Then we had to wait 15 minutes after we were done because the restaurant seemed empty..no chef, no waitress. My husband was on his hour lunch break, and we were there 90 minutes! Never again.