Went to this place for the first time to celebrate with family for a birthday. Made reservations & arrived to find our table to accomodate 6 people consisted of three small tables side-by-side and up against a wall, in a corner. "Every" time a member of our group needed to get up to go to the restroom - half of us had to get up from our seat, so they could get out and passed us. We also found ourselves assisting from time to time in the "service" part of our dining experience since our table was in a corner & up against a wall, as it was so cramped that the "servers" had a hard time getting back to the people in our party who were sitting up against the wall. We ordered karafe's of wine that we shared amongst the table, however our waiter didn't pay close attention and mixed two different kinds of wine in one person's glass. - Nice - He tried to make-up for it by offering a small karafe of wine-for-one, which was a nice gesture, but he did it because I suggested. We paid $3.25 to add chicken to the wheat pasta I ordered and it ended up being "maybe" 1/2 a chicken breast. Because we commented about the inconvenient table-against-the-wall, they sent the manager over and several other people, then sent dessert for our family member who we were celebrating a birthday for - but it didn't change the fact that we had to get up several times during the meal so people in our group could get up and go to the restroom - due to the table up-against-the wall that they chose to seat our party at - helping with "service" and over-paying. They're excuse was that they had a "larger party of 30 people" in the main room that was taking up most of their space. I reminded them that we were paying customers too - only a smaller party of six - celebrating a special occasion. After our entrees arrived, a couple of us were hoping the waiter would come back to see if we needed anything because we were wanting some fresh pepper, but he didn't come back. I had to get up and ask a random person to bring us some pepper before our over-priced pasta got cold. If you want to get so-so service, where you may have to help - then pay for some expensive pasta dishes and possibly be sat up against a wall - this is your destination for dinner out.
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