We must have been at the same brunch as Marsh1058. The food was acceptable but not exceptional, and plated nicely. However, the staff was officious to the point of being rude.
We were a party of three and arrived a little early for the second seating (noon). They didn't want us to sit down so we took a short walk. By the time we got back there were just five seats left at the end of one table. I could tell by the look on the staff person's face (waitress? hostess? who knows?) we didn't sit where she wanted us to. We took the seat at the end and one on either side, leaving the two other seats facing each other. I guess she wanted us to be in an L so the two other diners could sit next to each other. This would not have been great for either of our conversations and dining experiences. Not off to the best start.
The courses started being served and I swear, these young ladies (no guys at this particular meal) didn't smile at all. Their collective attitude projected either they weren't getting paid a lot so why should they care how they treat the customers or this restaurant was so fabulous we diners should be thankful we were able to get a seat. Water was served in a bottle plunked down on the table. Yes, we are all capable of pouring our own but most of us know how to cook too, right? What's the point of going to a restaurant, especially for a meal like brunch, if the ambiance and service sucks? Doesn't matter how wonderful the food is...
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