This could be a very nice restaurant, but it needs some adult supervision and experience. We were there in June and the place had not been opened that long. I should have known better, but then so should the management, who should have done a staggered opening to work out the bugs.
The place was not busy when we arrived but soon became so. It seemed as though they were training new staff, because the amount of waitpersons almost equaled the amount of diners. The tables were arranged very, very close together and with a full dining room and a cast of waitpersons that large it quickly became chaotic. It is quite loud, so difficult to make good conversation.
Food is so-so. Nothing to write home about. But it is beastly expensive with a (cheapest) chicken entree costing $27.
It took one hour to get our appetizers and another hour to get our entrees. We complained to the manager, who was apologetic, but clearly very young, very inexperienced, and very in over his head. He offered to comp us dessert. With our dinner moving on to 2.5 hours and a Sunday night drive back home ahead of us, we opted out of his "making things right."
Tip is: wait until they work the bugs out, which may be another season.
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