We just ate here. Nice deck and views. Food was fresh. Fries were good. Server was very pleasant. Problem that affected the whole experience (since I can go to a grocery store, buy fresh ingredients and find a view spot to eat): I asked for my club sandwich bread "super toasted". It came not toasted at all. I sent it back since toast is an essential part of a club for me. It comes back with grill marks on top, still untoasted bread on the bottom. Although I appreciate getting comped my beer, this doesn't fix the fact that my request was disrespected by the kitchen. Dear cook: these details matter. Also there should be mayonnaise or butter on both pieces of bread. I had to get up and ask for mayonnaise. A good view, a good menu can be completely undermined by careless execution in the kitchen, especially on the second try. Toast means toast my friend, not a mark with a hot iron. People can tell the difference and don't appreciate being taken for fools.
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