Our group of six stopped by after our last Ragnar relay run based on a recommendation from a family member who lives close by.
There was no waiting to be seated so while it was busy, it wasn't THAT busy. After being seated, it took forever to get any service. We arrived at 11:00 am, and were told that if we wanted lunch food, we would have to wait an hour, but only a 1/2 hour for breakfast food. After ordering breakfast food, we had waited nearly an hour before finding out that our order hadn't even been started yet so we left to go buy deli food from the grocery store next door.
While service was slow, that can be attributed to the busy restaurant and only two servers and 1 bus, I think the real problem was the cooks were not really prepared to cook for the increased volume of customers.
When an event such as Ragnar is in town, I would think that any establishment along that route would have been a little more prepared.
A real disappointment, I would have liked a good meal.
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