The food was impeccable. Absolutely delicious. The service, from the maitre d' to the waitress to the servers was warm, friendly and helpful. When we arrived, there were no seats in the bar. the maitre d' found us a place to sit, and our waitress eventually helped us scope out seats from a group that was leaving.
The gourmet cocktails were yummy as well. We tried several and loved them all. We had the pumpkin tortellini, beet salad, two lamb sliders (so juicy) and sausage gnocchi.
Loved every bite.
Bluehour is not Spaghetti Garden or Western Sizzler. You go to Bluehour for delicious, artisanal, fresh food. And you should expect to pay for it. Good food like this doesn't come in massive, heaping portions. It comes in portions large enough to enjoy the flavor without gorging yourself into a food coma.
This place is fantastic for what it is - good, fresh, well prepared food.
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