I had forgotten my reading glasses, and the waitress efficiently provided one so I could read the menu. The service was excellent and the food quality excellent. But we had $100 in gift certificates to soften the blow of the prices in this upscale restaurant.Fortunately, when the waitress came with the check and told us the gift card credit had already been figured on the tab, I asked my wife the total (having surrendered the reading glasses earlier). It was such a high amount that I questioned it when the waitress returned, but gave my credit card to her when she reassured us the credit had been given, even though it was not shown on the bill. By the time she returned with the credit card and charge slips, we had out the cell phone adding up the charges and I was not ready to sign the charge slip. She came back a minute later to say the cashier had not actually given us the credit, and the first charge slip would be voided and another one issued. The revised bill showed the credit and we saved a hundred dollars. I don't know how anyone other than the restaurant itself would profit from such an error, but this detracted significantly from our experience here.
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