Wanted, dinner with hubby and a little conversation. What we got was an evening of pantomiming and shouted statements. This was our first time here. It was a Thursday night about 6:30.
Although, not expecting a classy restaurant, I was surprised by the "hole in the wall" packed with people, tables and chairs. We were told we would have to wait 25 minutes, however we probably waited only 10 minutes. We waited at a small packed bar that only sat about 8 patrons. Although there was seating outside, it wasn't realistic with the 104 degree temperature. So we stood with others with our drinks, moving this way and that for the servers to get through.
The worst part was the noise. You could not make yourself heard without shouting. There was absolutely no opportunity for conversation, because it was just too difficult to hear and make yourself heard. Even the servers had to ask for you to repeat your order, misunderstanding "thousand island" for "Italian". It makes for a very frustrating meal when the service is a little slow and you can't fill that time with conversation. Later in the evening there was live music which completely ended any chance of conversation.
The decor is early lake cabin...actually cute in a retro rustic sort of way.
The food, Chicken Marsala and Mahi-Mahi was very good and the portions were very generous and reasonably priced. The side salads for an additional $1.99 were a bargain. The drinks were also good and reasonably priced.
I would return, but only for lunch or a very early dinner and hope that it is more quiet.
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