A large group of us were in town for the marathon and picked this restaurant for our pre-race dinner. What a disappointment. We made our reservation well in advance and were given a number that they were able to accommodate. Once we arrived, that number had decreased, leaving a couple in our party to sit on their own (they also were not permitted to have their own check for some strange reason even though they requested it). Two in our party ordered seafood that was brought out UNCOOKED! It went back and was quickly replaced with cooked, but someone in the kitchen clearly didn't know what they were doing. Bread was rock hard. When asked about the dessert selections, we were told they had run out of everything. To top it off, once the owner/manager decided we had been there long enough, he began pacing back and forth by our table as if to say our time was up. Such hospitality! Never again shall we return to this establishment. Do your research, ask around and spend your money in a restaurant where they know how to make dining an enjoyable experience.
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