Went on Friday evening. Sat at the bar initially to watch the ballgame. Inside was not terribly crowded even though there were a lot of people, but it was so loud I ended up having to go outside after I got my order.
When I arrived there were 3 or 4 waitresses buzzing around, none of which bothered to welcome me or even look at me as they passed by. However, both bartenders were attentive and the wine list was pretty good. I had the tortilla chips and salsa, which was a helping of toasted pita bread with tomato based and cheese based salsas, all of it very good.
Outside was a great view of the sunset. The setting is very well done with couples' couches and large chairs with big comfortable cushions. When I sat down with my wine and food, one waitress said if I needed anything to "come and get her". True to her word, as I finished my food and wine, she took orders from everyone around me without bothering to check to see if I needed anything else. I suppose I could have flagged her down, but that's not what I consider to be service.
I wasn't even sure they would bus my area, so I picked up my empty plate and glass and walked them back into the bar, passing two waitresses along the way who simply looked at me and kept walking, not even smiling, offering to take my plate or say a word to me.
The only two times a waitress spoke to me was when I sat down outside and when I was in the elevator waiting for the doors to close.
So, I won't be back. There are many other places to see a great sunset.
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