After reading reviews, we decided to give this restaurant a try, and ate there on June 8th. We arrived around 7:30pm, and were told there would be a 20-minute wait for a table. This was in a not even half-full dining room! We went to the bar area, where a young couple with 1 & 4-years-old children were also WAITING for a table! The MOD Dana SHOULD have seated this family as soon as they walked in the door, and the waitress SHOULD have rushed their order. Instead, they sat in the bar for their alloted 20 minutes, with the restless children eating crackers. Needless to say, the leisurely pace of the restaurant service, while welcome to most, was a detriment in the case of this family. We were seated right next to them in the dining room, and watched and listened as the children had several meltdowns. Granted, this was not the best place to bring young children, but the MOD & waitstaff COULD have made this a much more enjoyable experience for all--the young family trying to enjoy a special meal, as well as all the rest of us eating in the restaurant at the same time!
Our food was well-prepared. The salads were okay/average mix, with dressing on the side. The PLATES however, were much too small/piled too high, making eating somewhat awkward and messy. The personal relishes/crackers plate for our table was a nice touch. My husband ordered the garlic ribeye and I had the walleye. My husband deemed his average; mine was an A. So, I'd say this was a better-than-average dining choice, but with a MOD as inflexible as Dana was (he needs to go to Disney's school of how to treat customers, esp. those w/children!) you may find yourself seated in a dining room with crying children as the evening's entertainment!
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