Being in the Restaurant business myself this is something I don't like to do however, I would never return or recommend this restaurant to anyone. It began with us walking into a completely empty restaurant on a very busy week Dec 21st to be exact. We were greeted by a very friendly host who seemed to want to make us happy but we ended up in a ugly back room with no ambiance when there was a great table by the fire place we said we'd rather have. Remember the restaurant was empty at 7:30.
It continues to get worse as the night goes on. We asked for bread which took almost 30 min, then we order which seemed to be fine until the food started to come before the bread. I ordered a Polenta App which I actually spit out in my napkin another something I never do. I tell them I'm sorry but it's not good hoping this is the worst of it. Of course it was not. Next out come our entrees and I'm shocked by what we see. My friend ordered a rare stake and it came out still wiggling yet charred on the outside visually it should have never left the Kitchen. The presentation was horrific. My friend and I ordered the Pesto Pasta with Shrimp. The shrimp looked dehydrated and the sauce was thin like soup. Someone asked more Shrimp (I'm not sure why) and the bus boy not our server says well they are 8 dollars a piece but in a very un professional way.. At this point I'm laughing. No one else was btw.
I leave and very nice go and speak with the manager telling him all that went down and from a restaurant owners point of view. He came to the table and apologized he ended up removing $91 of a almost 500 bill.. I was shocked. At my restaurant if things fell apart like that I would have comped the whole dinner minus drinks maybe. I have to say this was the worst experience I've ever had and I'm amazed this place has stayed in business so many years.
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