I've been coming here for decades and there has been a marked decline over the past 5 years or so. So much so, I've pretty much decided to find a new monthly meeting place for lunch, plus an occasional HH as well.
The food seems a little dated to me. But the food, as a stand alone, isn't really the sticking point.
I normally sit at the bar with a friend or two, and when Sharon or Mike are there it works well. However, the semi-recent addition of Kim is one HUGE step in the wrong direction. He obviously wasn't trained by Sharon/Mike. Either that or he didn't pay attention, and this is probably closer to home.
Had lunch there last week and what a complete turn-off Kim was. I got there early, and as long as I was the only one sitting at the bar it was OK. But just as soon as a few of his 'more regular' customers came in, I, for all pratical purposes disappeared.....And I would like to note this is, I think, my 3rd experience with Kim.
I had the gumbo, which is always pretty good, and then waited 20 minutes to order - not be asked if I wanted anything mind ya - the 1/2 & 1/2 oysters, which were also pretty good.
Lastly, I couldn't help but notice, the entire restaurant was less than half full and I assure you, 4+ years ago, this would be unheard of on a Thursday! But apparently ownership hasn't noticed. Unfortunately, I have.
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