Two Star only because Winston is capble of much better. Let's use the Filling Station as the yardstick.
The food - massively inconsistent which is probably an unfortunate side effect of the enormous menu. The indivdual pizza with a thin crust is an excellent idea for an appetizer. However Polish sausage just is not a good idea here and I love a good Polish. The tuna and macaroni and cheese are top notch. The rouladen had store bought gravy with pasty gnocchi and a frozen vegetable medley. The rouladen probably would've been quite good with real gravy. There is no saving the gnocchi or the vegetables.
Drinks - A nice unoaky Australian chard for the ladies. The kolsch beer was off the menu, but still on the website. The waiter didn't know which of his beers were Pils or Lagers. The first glass of red wine was served with sediment and the second was heat damaged.
Wait Staff - attentive, but struggled to grasp the situation. This was a confab of female profesionals and their spouses some not of this country. He struggled with ordinary questions about the menu.
This place came recommended and failed to provide a value proposition.
Heck, for the price I'd rather go to a place in Reynolda Village.
I love Hutch and Harris. I has really great food and drink specials every weeknight. Their menu is reasonably priced and very creative. I try to go every time I am in Winston Salem (once or twice a month). I would definitely recommend it- especially when it gets warm enough to sit outside
Just a great place to eat in downtown. It was among the first restaurants to begin repopulating downtown Winston and set the bar for those that have followed. It is a good choice for any night (except Mondays).
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