I know people love Titletown (It's rated #1 here, so that means something, right?!) and I can see why--The atmosphere (if you factor in the whole place--bar, upstairs, etc) is pretty cool, and the location is great, but If the Titletown were a baseball player, it would have struck out in the first 15 minutes we were there and been sent back to the dugout. First, our waiter shared the specials and told us we should hurry if we wanted the swordfish, as they were running low on that (It was 5:45 on a Sunday night, incidentally). None of us ordered that, but three of us ordered the perch special. Ten minutes after we placed our order, a different employee came over to apologize and explain that they were now also out of the large perch plate and could one of us please change our order (not a huge deal, but a little annoying). Finally, they'd told us they could accommodate ten of us and then sat us at two tables designed to seat eight; they put four plates on one table and six on the the other (remember---tables designed for four people). We were crowded; my plate was literally two inches away from my nephew's plate (good thing he's only 12, but still). The dining room was packed full of tables; I've attached a photo of a poor woman who had to perch on the edge of her table, too. Granted, her husband hadn't noticed and could probably have moved over a little, but the table was just not roomy.
The food was great tasting (delicious), and the price was fine, but I felt a bit ripped off by the size of my perch filet, especially given that my mother-in-law's pieces were much bigger than mine (You'll note in the photo that one of my pieces was barely the length of my lemon wedge, which wouldn't been kind of comical if I hadn't paid for it.) Ten of us ate for ($135 before the tip), and I think that's pretty reasonable, given what we ordered, overall.
This restaurant, with its wooden floors and high ceilings, is noisy; my mom wears hearing aids, and it was clear that she could understand very little of what was being said.
So, if you're a big person or just like your space eat in the bar, instead of the dining room. If you have anyone with a hearing issue, you might want to choose a restaurant with carpeting, instead.
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