We ate dinner one evening at Ryan's when the restaurant was not busy at all. In the course of our dinner, which took far too long given the nature of the fare, we had three different servers who apparently were not cooperating with the service. It was a comedy of service errors. The servers were polite and nice enough, but clearly not paying attention to the task at hand (maybe it was finals week?) The food was slightly better than typical pub food, but given the manner in which is was ordered, served, and followed-up with it lost more than a bit of it's enjoyment value. You can get food anywhere, but you go out to dinner for the experience; I still can't understand why restaurant managers don't grasp this concept. I'm rating the experience as average only because the actual food was slightly better than average. The service on the other hand stinks.
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