We took my mother here for a special birthday dinner with the family. We had read the reviews on line, which were overwhelmingly positive. After our dinner there, I can't imagine why. Although the building is historic, it is in a congested downtown area and has no real parking. My husband ended up parking at a nearby bank. We were seated in a small, quiet room with only a few tables, so things seemed to be off to a good start. Soon after we arrived, however, a BAND (rock band!) started performing in the adjacent room. The music was loud and didn't exactly fit with the historic character of the building. It turns out the adjacent room was a bar patronized by locals on a Saturday night. In addition, a wedding reception was going on in the banquet room and we were confronted by drunken, loud, and barefoot bridesmaids and guests whenever we ventured from our table. All in all, not the experience we were expecting. The food wasn't great either, and while I had specifically requested that no one sing happy birthday, the waitress took it upon herself to stick a candle in my mother's dessert and sing to her anyway. I know she was trying to be nice, but it also embarrassed my mother. Plus who wants a waxy candle stuck in their ice cream? All in all, not a great experience despite the high price, and I would not go there again.
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