The restaurant had good reviews and attracted us for its history, Ernest Hemingway ate here. The taste of the food did not match the menu descriptions nor the waiters reasons for suggesting. The blackened salmon with creamy grits and balasmic reduction was absolutely gross! My husband's fettuccine alfredo was not as good as a frozen box meal, it was AWFUL TOO, dry and barely warm. We waited over an hour for our meals and was served what a 'roaming' girl with a tray of biscuits called 'garlic cheese biscuits' and a side of soft butter, the biscuits were as hard as hockey pucks and apparently made a month or so ago with some type of shortening...definitely no butter in that dough! Do not go here! Take pictures and keep walking!
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