Had reservations for 5:30 in the main dining room, since my wife wanted to be close enough to hear the piano player during dinner.. At 5:45, we were seated out on the porch, some distance from the piano. When we objected, we were told there was no indication in the computer that we had reserved a dining room table. When we suggested we would not be happy with the table and would rather leave, we were accommodated by the hostess with a very nice corner table nearer the piano. The greeter needs some work on his people and computer skills, IMHO.
Once seated, the meal and experience were everything we had expected from a house with such a fine reputation. The stuffed lobster was fabulous, the service attentive and the night was saved. We would definitely dine here again.
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