We stopped in for drinks, football and appetizers. The place was very nicely laid out, with some nice flat panel HD TV's in bar. We liked the outdoor seating as well (perhaps heaters, if they are allowed would help more people want to sit there as I heard several turn it down when offered).
We ate at the bar and ordered thai shrimp (great taste but too much of the dressing making the greens soggy with the hot veggies too) and fried green tomatoes (2nd best I have had).
Drinks were very good - expansive menu of choices from martinis, wine, or other cocktails. Probably 3 pages of cocktails alone - love that.
One item that should be addressed immediately by owners/managers - the customers at the bar are usually not deaf. The wait staff and bartender argue over "getting in my space" or "it is my job" stuff which is distracting and unprofessional. After observing for a couple hours - that register is the gathering place for all issues in the restuarant. I do have to agree with the bartender Nikki. Her job is to fix drinks and most bars have a ledge that opens only for the bartender to enter, to do his/her job, but this bar is completely open allowing all the managers and wait staff to enter her space and often fix drinks. If the owners enforced this guideline, it would allow the service to run more smoothly, quietly with fewer comments/facial expressions about it to one person at the bar (we assumed her boyfriend who was not eating or drinking but was there the entire time) and to the other bartender. I never really saw a back up so it was not as if they had to have help, the wait staff and others just preferred to do it themselves at times, even when she tried to politely ask them to stop.
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