We arrived early for our reservation and were told that we would not be seated before our reservation time so we sat in the bar and had a drink. The wine and scotch list is extensive. The restaurant seems to cater to a higher-income customer.
The restaurant was very busy and the service was a bit slow. A server asked if we wanted to order another drink so my husband ordered a drink. A little while later, our food server asked if we wanted another drink. My husband told him that he had already placed an order for a drink. He went and retrieved the drink for my husband. There were several large parties that seemed to be celebrating special occasions.
The food was good. The prices are a bit higher. If we lived in Tucson, we would probably go there just occasionally and make sure to call in reservations in advance for the dining room with a window that overlooks a view of the city.
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