My husband and I wanted to try a new place to celebrate our 9th Wedding Anniversary. We wanted our 2 boys to share the celebration with us, so we brought them along. Everything was going pretty smoothly; appetizers and our kids' orders came quickly, food was good and the servers were attentive and friendly. After the first course, my little one got a little feisty and let out a couple of short shrieks. Because the dining area is quite intimate and pretty quiet, the sudden sound surprised a few. There was one nasty older lady who sat with a male friend in a corner table (I hope you are able to read this) who turned around and made a gesture suggesting that she is annoyed and that she is trying to eat. That was the first shock of my evening. The next thing I know, I see one of the managers/partners in front of our table glaring at us. I was quite upset at that point and decided to step out for some air. As I was leaving the restaurant, I over heard the gentleman manager/partner talking with Sarah (restaurant manager). I saw that Sarah was trying to explain why we were even IN the restaurant!! We are paying customers, trying to enjoy our dinner, that's why! Before this whole incident, we really did enjoy the evening. I can't believe that this had totally ruined my Anniversary. I was so upset, I was unable to eat my entree (the Chatham Cod, which looked delicious) and decided it was time for us to leave. It is too bad that such a great establishment has such discriminating (lonely and sad) diners and staff...
Pros: Good Food, Servers were attentive and caters to our needs
Cons: Majority of diners are older and nasty