Our group loves to visit and dine in historic buildings. When we heard of the Abraham Lincoln, we thought it would be a great venue before seeing the local sights. Wrong. Our first clue should have been: no patrons on a Saturday night. The menu had four entrees, no specials of the evening. No one was there to greet us so the bartender seated us at a table that was not set. The waiter sauntered out, slapped menus down and said he'd be back. When he returned one of the gentlemen in our party asked if there were any of the entrees that were considered a "special" of the house. The waiter commented that none of the dishes were specials but the last chef, who just left, had make specials but "we dont do that anymore." Everything went downhill from there. Food was mediocre - what you would expect for seminar food. The bill was brought without having the table cleared, nor were we offered dessert and coffee. We asked to the have the bill split in half for two credit cards and the two checks were not even - apart by $10. Bottom line - go somewhere else....the Peanut Bar or head to West Reading.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Abe's by Chef Alan offers casual and fine dining cuisine in the Restaurant and Bar located in the Lincoln Tower Apartments. The Presidential Ballroom and a Private Dining Room are also available for weddings, meetings, parties, and other special events. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Abraham Lincoln
- Wyndham Reading
- Reading Wyndham