Our party of four went to the Riegelsville Inn to celebrate a local's birthday. There was no hostess when we entered, but a young woman did show up and said we could seat ourselves "wherever". We went to the "fine dining" section and located a four-person table with table settings and folded napkins but the linen on the table had food stains. We looked for another table, but the other options were either too small/big for our party or still had food from previous diners which had not yet been cleared, so we sat at the table with the stained linen. There were so many little misfires that could easily be addressed if there had been some management. The servers are inexperienced. Unlike other reviews I read here, our table never did get served any bread. My boyfriend ordered his steak "black and blue". The server didn't know what that was, so he explained that it should be practically raw on the inside and seared on the outside. When his steak arrived, it was WELL DONE! We also had to ask for a steak knife. I ordered monk fish and it was overcooked as well. The birthday girl ordered crab cakes and enjoyed them. The other person in our party ordered sea scallops and found them to be fine. There were several flies inside, which is to be expected (I suppose) when the doors open continually to serve the outdoor diners, but there were also fruit flies on the slice of lemon on the glass containing my drink. The best part of the meal was the dessert, but even that was misrepresented. The server said that the pumpkin cake was not available but there was a carrot cake replacement. That was fine with us since we like carrot cake. When the dessert arrived, it was the original pumpkin cake. The servers were nice enough to put a candle in the birthday girl's dessert and we did get refills on our drinks. Like another review I read, it seems like the Inn is cutting corners to lower their overhead. With the great location, this place has potential to be a really good dining experience, but they need someone managing the restaurant. I don't mind spending a little more for dinner as long as the quality and service are there. The Riegelsville Inn missed the mark.