Went to cafe luciano for dinner on 9/10/11. The service was HORRIBLE. The waiter was no where to be found. We had ordered appetizers however the calamari was ice cold. We told our waiter about the problem and he brought the same calamari (they nuked it in a microwave). So we told the waiter again. Finally he brought hot calamari. Then the dinner came about 1 & 1/2 hour later. So we complained to the manager. The manager was sooooooooooo rude. We explained to her that it took so long for our dinner. She said no; We were on time and if you don't like it--------DONT COME BACK!!!! BY THE WAY, I AM THE OWNER!! SHE WAS SO RUDE!!!! SHE NEEDS TO LEARN SOME MANNERS TO RUN A RESTAURANT!!!!
DONT GO THERE!!!!!!!! YOU CAN GET BETTER SERVICE( I HAVE NEVER BEEN INSULTED BY AN OWNER ---FOR THEIR MISTAKE) AND FOOD ELSEWHERE!
Picked this place for the view of the bay, not a picky eater, but man the food was bad. On top of that paid an arm and a freakin leg for the terrible food. Would never recommend and would never go back.
Went to see the sunset and found that to be the best part of the night. Helpful staff presented a menu that was priced like South Beach Fla. and a wine list that was a total crapshoot. No name wines that were not worth the asking price! We decided on a glass of house Pinot Grigio that lacked any taste. It made me not ask for a second glass, thats for sure! We each had a pasta with seafood dish that sounded exquisite. When it came to our table, it appeared they could have used a smaller plate because the amount of food looked to be a half portion. I had to send my dish back to the kitchen to have it heated up which tells me it sat longer then it should have in the kitchen. My partners dish was no better. Her shrimp was limp and tastless. When we asked to talk to a manager, our server told us he was not around and nothing could be done. A totally bad experience and expensive price to view a sunset.
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