My wife and I got away for the first time in years, with a group of friends. We had two nights that we could spend out without the kids, and unfortunately one of those nights was spent here. We were with three other couples, two of which were pregnant, so we weren't exactly a rough and rowdy bunch. The first problem started with the food. My wife and I each ordered a grilled cheese. After 25 minutes, hers arrived, cold, two slices of bread with a slice of cheese, not even cooked. I was told mine was dropped on the floor and had to be remade. An additional 35 minutes later, I got my grilled cheese. Meanwhile, the whole group is sitting there bored (the waitress wouldn't take our drink orders unless we fought for her attention) and one of the guys began straightening the signs on the wall. One of the signs was a cardboard Miller clock held to the wall with a push pin, and when it fell a few minutes later, the ""manager"" stumbled over to us, drunk as could be, and accused us of trying to steal her property. She said she had cameras everywhere and she was going to call the cops on us! The ""manager"" (Melinda? Melissa?-she slurred her name pretty bad) began screaming at us, and we wouldn't take it. She kicked us out of the bar, then chased us down outside, threatening to call the cops if we didn't pay our bill for the hour-long grilled cheeses.\r
The next night we went next door to Monk's and had a terrific, relaxing time, where the bartenders knew how to treat their customers.
Pros: Across from Nig's, next to Monk's, easy to get to a decent bar when the drunk manager kicks you out
Cons: the manager