We arrived about 30 minutes early for our reservation to have dinner with some of my family. The hostess said our table was already for us so we did get early service to which was great. Our waitress was unaware of the uneven tables because we had a party of 8 and tables put together, so there was a minor incidence of some spilled milk, lol which of course is funny because of the old saying. She was quick to think and remedied the problem immediately, so but names fail me so I don't recall hers. The food was good I wouldn't say spectacular, but it was good. My whole family had chose the Thanksgiving special, and enjoyed it, the turkey was very good, the potatoes good though I could have made better. Now that, that is said I do also have issue with handicap access. I am surprised that the department for handicap awareness hasn't stepped in. The doors to the restaurant were a tad struggling but not to bad since I was using a walker & not a wheelchair. However the bathroom that was a whole other story. The bathroom door extremely slender barely fit through it without using my walker, and the stall was even smaller. I would go there again but not if I should be confined back to a wheelchair again. I gotta know I can access a bathroom.
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