On a Sunday afternoon visit here in February my friends and I could not have been more delighted. The place was mobbed, service great and food was awesome. So when we deiced to venture in on a weeknight we expected a the same but a less crowded experience.
The place was empty at 5:00 and so I easily snagged a booth. The baseball game was blaring from the TV and it didn't feel like the heater was working. I asked the waitress about music and she went to the bartender who finally did shut off the game. About an hour into our meal the game was back on blaring even though there was only by now a very small crowd mostly dining at booths. Needless to say the atmosphere was off.
My friend and I ordered the seafood risotto which is a more expensive item at $18.99. The last time she had it she loved it so I decided to also give it a try.
It was served lukewarm and seriously lacked any distinctive taste. A flavorless concoction of a seafood blend that looked as if it could have come from the frozen section of your local supermarket. We were very disappointed.
The place never warmed up - literally. All in all and based on prior reviews the place is spotty.
My advice is if you walk in and the vibe feels off - turn around and walk out. Your instincts are probably spot on.
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