The next time we visited The Pass, we were unable to hear the greeter because the sound-track was blasting "boom boom" music.
We asked our server if it could be lowered, and it was, for a while. The diners on both sides of our table thanked us for making the request.
During the course of our meal, the volume went back up 3 times, until finally our server instructed someone to turn it off.
We wrote to Chef Ridgeway on the restaurant's website, and never received a reply.
We called 2 weeks later to ask about the loud music, hoping that we could eat this wonderful food again, and were told that the music track belonged to Matt, but that they would try to find us a quiet table. The place is too small to be able to do that, so, sadly, we will not be returning.
A restaurant with food of this high calibre doesn't need anything except the buzz of happy diners.
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