When one lives in a small town and a new restaurant opens, it's very exciting. I have been waiting about a year to go to this "Pub." I went with two girlfriends. After 10 minutes to get out drinks (in stages), and another 10 to wait to order, the waitress failed to ask any of us about options (coleslaw or chips, how we would like our hamburgers done) and left promptly before we could ask questions and we had to track her down. Then the server that finally came out to clear up our order had the wrong ticket. Our waitress finally made it back over to correct the order. I watched other diners eat wonderful medium burgers... When I got mine it was a hockey puck although I was not the one at the table who ordered well. The "creole pepper sauce" was an overly salty BBQ sauce and the "brie" was a thick, bright white plastic-like cheese that added nothing to the sandwich. The buns were good and the chips were tasty, but for 14 dollars, I expected to actually get a good burger. The best part of the evening was paying our bill. Two of us paid with cards, one with cash. The server brought back the cards with the slips, but neglected to bring the change from the cash. As it was to be her tip, my friend didn't want to say anything, but that is rule number one in serving, NEVER keep the cash until you are told to. I have spent 15 years of my life as a server and not once have I thought about doing that. She missed out on a 20% tip from me by doing this. Needless to say I won't be back and will actually recommend that no one go there. Come to my house for a great burger, I won't even overcharge you for hockey pucks.
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