We stopped in for an early dinner and were immediately taken by the lush staircase, beautiful light fixtures, ornate woodwork, etc. the dining room and bar are absolutely lovely, as is the outdoor patio, which overlooks a nicely landscaped ledge. We ordered drinks (beer for my husband, a cocktail for me), which came quickly, though my husband was not offered a glass for his beer. After looking over the menu, we decided to opt out of appetizers and just ordered entrees. This is where the problems began. We waited FORTY FIVE minutes for our dinner. If we could have found our server, we'd have just paid for the drinks & left. When they finally were brought to us I said something like "we thought you'd gotten lost" and she replied "No, it wasn't me, it definitely wasn't me" No apologies for the wait. Just dropped off the plates and vaporized. The good news is that my dish, Pappardelle with mushrooms and braised short rib ragout, was fabulous. My husband had the pork chop with peppers, which one would expect to have a vinegary zing, but instead was sweet. The prices are what you'd expect to find in the city, not the suburbs. Will we come back? Hard to say. It was just so beautiful in there, I want to give it another chance. I really want it to be good! But we work hard for our money, and I can think of a dozen other restaurants I'd rather spend it in.
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