We dined here last night, and discovered that half the restaurant was closed off because it's undergoing renovations (The Emily Morgan hotel is being turned into a Doubletree, and so far, it looks nice.) So I don't think we had the best meal this time, but it remains to be seen where this heads.
So, the restaurant was very beautiful, even with the trash bag walls closing off the "At Work" part of the dining room. The tables and chairs were really comfy. And our server, Michael, was very nice.
I had a crab cake for an appetizer. I liked the crab cake, and my dad liked his soup, although something they put in it was stale.
As for our entrees, I had a brisket sandwich, and my parents each had hamburgers. I ordered better than they did, as they felt their burgers, while being OK, were pre-fab, and the buns were better than the burgers. Coincidentally, I think the buns weren't house made. I loved them, but they could have made the buns themselves. And the fries were frozen. The brisket and sauce were fabulous, though.
So this place is alright, and I guess we'll see where it goes when the renovations are complete.
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