This restaurant has just about everything it needs to excel--except well-trained servers. Example: training servers not to argue over who is going to "cover this table" in front of diners. Also, servers need to get the entire table's drink order before walking away to put in the order for two out of a table of 7. Servers should also know the menu and avoid appearing "put out" (asking "are you staying longer") when diners wish to linger for conversation after the meal (it was nowhere near closing time and the restaurant was not busy). Food was average, drinks average, prices okay. Perhaps a little work on food presentation would be helpful, too. Entrees were glopped onto the plate, temperature of food was just a bit more than warm. This restaurant could be very good, but needs to work on the basics.
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