Unfortunately I got Richard the ""you are an inconvenience to me"" waiter. Richard comes out and asks if can help me. I asked for a menu. When he came back out 15 minutes later, I inquired about happy hour wine prices. He told me and left. After 20 minutes, getting tired of waiting, I asked another waiter, next to my table, to see if he could find Richard at which point he finally showed up. Ordered my wine, got it about 5 minutes later and ordered spaghetti and meatballs, since it had a salad and it was the same dish I had ordered before. Ten minutes later my luke warm spaghetti and cold bread showed up dropped off by some girl. I asked for another glass of wine and before I could request silverware she was gone. I had to go inside and get a napkin and fork off another table, got a spoon with the meal. Richard was no where to be found for about 10 minutes. Finally showed and I told him the service was awful. He asked if there was anything he could do and I told him I ordered the glass of wine from the girl and never saw it. He could tell I was not pleased I told him he could help me by getting my glass of wine. At that point the Manager, Nick came out, offered to comp the meal which I refused. He asked if there was anything he could do as I told him I would never be back and I responded by telling him to train Richard. He pleaded with me to come back, admitted he had some server issues and told me he would take care of me personally if I changed my mind. Food was disappointing, NEVER GOT MY SALAD, which I reminded Richard as I finally got my wine. Paid for everything but no salad credit. Place had potential but when you have a high school kid that does not care and acts like you interrupted his break it can be frustrating. Nick mentioned I arrived between shifts and that compounded things. I apologized for showing up as I did not realize it was between shifts. It took an hour for this debacle and should have taken half the time. Serious training required.
Pros: Patio seating
Cons: Poorly trained server with an attitude