It was just OK and it could have been an off night for them but since it was right during a time when 1000's of people were two blocks away at the Apple Festival you would think they were at the top of their game. We stood for several minutes waiting for a host to seat us and when the bartender came up to show us to our table; we did not get warm and fuzzy feelings from him; he seemed annoyed. We sat on the wraparound porch and again, waited a long time for service while a few waitresses walked by ignoring us. Granted we were not at their table but a simple acknowledgment like "someone will be right with you" would be nice. Our server, Ron came out and he was wonderful. We told him we were vegan and he had the cook make the most fabulous black bean cakes and roasted veggies. Halfway through the meal I noticed that they apparently allow dogs (not service dogs) in the restaurant and we got to watch the dog owner take it out to poop on the grass just down from our table and proceed back into the dining room. Nice! As it got dark, the light above us did not work, no candle on the table and no one bussing the tables around us. We got the feeling they cater to local established people whom they've known for a long time and were in a hurry to close up for the night. I would stop for a drink on the porch on a pretty night, but as for dinner, skip it.
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