I really hate to write a review like this. I have been wanting to come to this restaurant for food, and especially for happy hour, for a little while now. I have been to many happy hours in downtown and this sounded like a good one. I couldn't have been more wrong. The restaurant in on the bottom, I guess, floor of a bank, surrounded by a McDonalds and other miscellaneous fast food chains. The interior of Weiland is sparce and sort of depressing. No mood lighting, just bright and plastic. My friend and I both had a beer and waited to place our order for food. And waited. And waited. On the one hand I feel bad. There was one girl covering multiple tables and she was clearly overwelmed and out of her element. After waiting about a half an hour she finally came over and took our order of hot wings, garlic fries, spring rolls and a dinner salad. The first three come out first by a food runner. The spring rolls are mussy and have really no taste. The garlic fries are limpy. The hot wings were terrible. I LOVE hot wings in general, these were really the worst I have ever had. The dinner salad finally showed up after reminding the waitress and it was pretty generic, but what do you really expect from a dinner salad? I am glad I had it though because the hot wings were inedible. Everything was super cheap, so I can't be angry, but I would NEVER go here for regular priced food and I would never really eat here for happy hour again either. Especially when Nick and Stef's and Zucca are so close by, two restaurants with GREAT happy hours. I wouldn't want anyone else to waste their money (and their time, which for us was a lot of time) here.
Pros: Parking is easily accesible? I am really pushing it...
Cons: Ambience, service, food... really everything