Went to brunch on a Sunday, with my girl friend and her elderly parents. We had reservations, but they seated our party upstairs, (even though there was plenty of seating downstairs), which was a problem, as both her parents have mobility problems, which was fairly obvious. Upon being seated, I noticed another elderly person, with a walker was seated near us. The staff should have recognized a problem with seating seniors with mobility problems upstairs, but obviously did not. The service was spotty, with the food being average, but the prices being upscale. With Charlottesville being named one of the top places for retirees and all the restaurants in town it would seem that this establishment would be better prepared to deal with elderly customers.
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