My Mother chose this place for Thanksgiving Dinner. We had a reservation for early in the day. We used the prompt valet parking and were seated by the window immediately. I was glad were were under the window as the tables were so close together, people seated further out were constantly bumped into by servers and guests (including me going to the rest room). We each ordered their Thanksgiving plate. First to arrive was a basket of bread, which was fresh and varied, but would have been so much better had it been hot, or even warm. Sigh. The turkey was tender and juicy, the broccoli was al dante, the potatoes were rich, but the dressing was strange. More like a dressing loaf, sliced but still quite tasty. Strangely, we had to ask for cranberry sauce, which came in a tiny portion. We did enjoy our dinner and both had more than half left over which we asked to take home. I asked for additional cranberry sauce, and was sad to find the next day that they added barely a teaspoon to my to go container. Sigh. I did very much enjoy the Pinot Blanc from Alsace and the families all dresses up dining nearby. We ordered apple and pumpkin pie and were surprised it was served with out ice cream or whipped cream. It was fine, but unremarkable. Patrick was a great server and helped us to find a pepper grinder that worked. All in all it was pleasant, but I can't find a reason to rush back.
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