I decided to take my husband to the Kennedy Manor Dinning Room for his birthday. I picked it based on it's history and the fact it was a "hidden gem". The decor was very 1940's and it definitely takes you back it time. When we walked in, the place was empty and the manager struggled to find our reservation forever. I just wanted to scream "Seriously?! The place is empty, just seat us!"
It was very nice of the waitress to start off by asking if we had plans to go anywhere and if we needed to be out of there at a certain time. She was nice enough, but my husband asked me if he had offended her because she was very cold to us.
That being said, as for food: we had bread (good), cesar salad (good), and I had a Manor Kir (good). My husband asked for a specific glass of wine and they brought him something else, which he didn't care for. He had the risotto which he liked and I had the chicken which was just awful - no flavor, rubbery, fatty, and tasted worse than a grocery store chicken. I ended up just taking it home for the cat - which is the most expensive meal she's ever had. By the end, I left with lots of bread, salad, and the side of mashed potatoes in my stomach. We didn't have dessert. Before tip: $67.00. I would go back for just drinks and the experience but not the food, but my husband said he would get the risotto again not the wine.