We came in on Labour Day at noon, the restaurant was not very busy. Staff standing around at front. The Taller hostess came over and led us to the farthest corner table of the restaurant. I asked for a booth and my husband said she made a real grimace. He would have said something but didn't want to start the meal off negatively. Then she brought a family with a couple of small kids right next to us...again the restaurant was empty. Our waitress made up for this being very cheerful and nice...maybe she should be the hostess. We really like the food there but the staff should step it up.
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