This is a nice restaurant in the heart of downtown and you feel like you have left the casino etc behind and can relax. It gave a good impression of being clean and up scale.
When I say train people, first we were lead through an empty restaurant to the back and offered a table in the back section staring at the kitchen door. We asked for another table and were taken back to the sections we had just walked through and given a nice booth. Why would any owner want to put you through this. We were dressed properly for this venue and it almost seems like let's get rid of the worst tables first if someone will take them. They continued this with each group until they had it filled up and then they started filling the section we were in. Who are we trying to please here, the staff, the management or the customer?
Then waiter comes over and there is an offer of half price wine by the bottle. I ask what they have on offer and after he recites a few bottles, I order one. He comes back shortly and says sorry that is not one of the ones on special after all but only these two whites. OK if you are going to have specials make sure your staff knows. if I owned the restaurant and the staff made that mistake I would have given the customer the bottle they ordered ( the special price they offered was still well above their cost because I know the wine and the price I pay for it).
So when the wine comes the waiter fills the glasses, I guess so he doesn't have to come back to often but that just let's the wine get hot (its white wine). A wine cooler comes later as an after thought. Again train them properly for this class of restaurant.
I had a steak special and found it quite good but a little overdone. I had asked for medium rare but there was no pink in it. My wife had two appetizers and found the tomato and mozzarello salad very good but the fish tacos not that great.
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