Lovely dinner for 4 to celebrate our daughter's 25th birthday. Three of us enjoyed the Fall menu which was a 4 course meal (best Caesar salad ever!) and all 3 chose Beef Wellington as our main. Food was all exceptional (except for a tough fibrous portion of my Wellington). The evening to me was marred from several points to keep it from being great. I am aware that these are all small points - except for the last - however this place does market itself as higher-end so these are flaws for an establishment of this kind. Drink orders taken at the beginning and 1-1/2 hours later we were asked if we would like another; meanwhile our glasses were empty until the last few bites of dinner. There was butter and bread knives on the table yet no bread given? Water glasses left half filled until the end of our meals and with no other beverages this is sad. Keep in mind we would have flagged over someone had there been more than the whisking of plates on and off our table. Now I get to the worst server experience ever. I had planned 2 hours for dinner which to me did not seem unreasonable and only because my husband had a hockey game. So with 15 minutes left to our window of opportunity, and with the server finally within reach, I say to him "excuse me we have another engagement to be at so I'm wondering when the dessert may be". The response was emphatically replied for the entire room to hear should there have been interest. "Oh you have somewhere else to be? Well I have this table and this table and this table, and this table will also have dessert and you DID order the 4 course meal". Completely undeserved this response and sadly it will be a story I will tell over and over again. You can forget what someone said, and you can forget what someone did, but you can never forget how someone made you feel.
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