I recently went with a large group of people to the Georgetowne Inn while we were in Pittsburgh. Walking in I immediately knew that it was going to be bad. It was one of those moments that should be on a Kitchen Nightmares episode. If I was Gordon Ramsey I would probably have been spewing out vulgarities the second I walked through the door. Since I was not in charge of the group I reluctantly followed the (very annoyed) hostess upstairs to our table. I examined the place-everything was outdated, and disgustingly dirty. Stained chairs, and carpet that i'm thinking was probably from the 1980s stood out the most. After sitting, we ordered and it took at least thirty minutes just for our "soup," "cheese plate," and "salads," to arrive. The soup was way too watery, cold, and had no flavor whatsoever. The cheese plate had dried cheese, and stale crackers. The salads were wilted, and browned with what seemed to be out of date dressing just globbed on the top of it.
This was only the beginning, they forgot completely to put my and other diners order in-I got to sit for an extra 20 mins on top of the hour and a half wait for the food, to even receive my meal. When it came out, I was not surprised at how bad the quality of food was. I was served a sad, over salted, RUBBERY, chicken marsala. Luckily, I didn't get the worst of it, others in my party had ordered filet and were brought not only undercooked filet but ROTTED filet. It wasn't even slightly bad, it was one of those pieces of meat where you KNOW its bad. I could smell it across the dining table! To top it off-the wait staff were incredibly rude and slow. Yes the view is pretty but I would have rather stood out in the freezing rain of that night to see that view, then have to sit through that meal again!
AVOID AT ALL COST.
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