You will enjoy the fine dining and there's a good jazz trio and singer for memorable Sunday brunches. The location by the Hudson River is scenic and you can eat indoors or outside. If you don't mind the endless houseflies, the outside seating under the canopy is excellent, the service, however, is not great and leaves a lot to be desired. We've visited several times and each time the beer taps aren't working properly (requiring slow, belabored filling of each pint) and servers do not address arriving customers is a timely fashion. Once the servers finally take our order, the food arrives well after we've demolished the bread basket and most of our drinks. Fortunately we enjoy the atmosphere and each other's company, though swatting flies gets tiresome. The food is well prepared and very tasty, definitely worth a wait though you'll have to decide whether it's worth the wait you'll face. Enjoy!
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