For the past ten years this has been our favorite restaurant. When we ate there tonight we were surprised by the menu change which no longer includes a salad with the meal. It has been our experience that more people enjoy a salad than broccoli. I've never heard of a restaurant not including a salad with the meal. Otherwise we had a very nice meal; the food was excellent.
My wife and I went to the Exchange on Waters Ave for lunch, Sunday, July 25. We were quite surprized at how dusty the light fixtures, booths and window sills were. Although the food was okay, it was a very uncomfortable feeling. We will not be going back there anytime soon!
I've eaten here on numerous occassions and thoroughly enjoy the experience.
The food, the service & ambiance are all above average. If you're looking for a local alternative to Chilies or Longhorn...the Exchange is your best bet!
I live around the corner from this restaurant, but somehow never got around to eating there. As I walked inside, the aesthetics were pleasing, and the ambiance was warm and inviting. It was romantic with and element of fun. The server was were friendly and accomodating. Now for the food....I ordered scallops and oysters, and my friend ordered shrimp. Our order included a baked potato that was baked and not microwaved, a welcome change. The scallops and oysters were friend just right, but they lacked a certain piquant spice that I love in my seafood. They were quite bland. My friend had the same reaction. The beer was very cold, and the hush puppies were good, but not great. I love the attentive service, but probably would not eat there again.
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