O.k., so maybe we were there on an off night, midweek. We did not have reservations and felt as if that was offending the person who seated us and the person who brought us the menus. However, the place was EMPTY. We were a group of 5. One person in our group leaned over to another person at our table and commented about something on the menu that looked good as the older man (owner? head waiter? Manager?) was reviewing some specials for the night. This man stopped, acted like a parent towards pre-teens (and we are all well-traveled, quiet adults in our late 40's and 50's) he made a comment about how HE was speaking. It was everything we could do to keep from saying, 'And WE are spending money to eat in your empty restaurant." However, we were too polite to do that. Later, we said we should have taken that as a clue and left. The beet salad was good. The tasting menu changes every 2 weeks and has some good flavors. None of us felt that the food was great. Several times our water glasses were empty and needed refilling. I don't know if the surly attitude - which continued all night - affected our perception of the food. This was just an "ok" experience. We won't be back.
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