This restaurant will improve a lot if the staff was less arrogant and will follow some basic rules to serve a table. The appetizers were nice but nothing spectacular. We order a bottle of wine and the wine was too warm. The waiter came to ask if we needed anything and saw that 2 glasses where empty and did not pick up the bottle to fill the glass. We asked for a glass of water with no ice and it never came. We had to asked twice for a non alcoholic menu, one beer menu arrived then we had to wait close ten minutes to have the waiter come back for asking again. answer, we do not have any non alcoholic menu, we have pups...We had to ask, if they had any fresh juice or tea and we also had to name ourself the different kind of tea until the waiter said yes abut one. The main course arrived before we finished our appetizer and we were not slow . The waiter had a plate in his arm and the other arm free, and he waited for us to clear the table. He acted like a mean teacher in front of bunch of student who do not know any manners, "chop chop chop...I am waiting after you...again!". My husband and I did not say anything in front of our international guesses. My husband ordered the recommended main course and it was dull, non attractive and tasteless. My main course was average. Our guesses did not say anything about their food and we didn't ask not wanting spoil the evening. A half piece of bread came from a "bread waiter" without any smile and never came back! One waiter started to remove our plates after the main course before one of us had finish his, that make him uncomfortable to finish his meal alone! It's not that bad but definitely we do not have praise for the service. Knowing Pittsburgh we were not surprise about the taste of the food.
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