Decided to try this new restaurant. Arrived early for lunch and had to interupt the four women at the welcome station, three of them chomping on gum, to ask to be seated. I was with my father who uses a cane and the hostess at first wanted us to sit at a high-top. There were less than a dozen customers in the restaurant. Once seated at a table, we had to wait over five minutes to greeted by our server. Again less than a dozen people in the restaurant but there was enough staff to have four persons at the welcome station. The food was good, although a bit pricey for what was offered. The staff needs to be trained to actually welcome the customers to the restaurant. I did however note that the two bartenders were very attentive to those that were at the bar. The women at the welcome station could learn from those two gentlemen.