I tried to give this restaurant zero stars, but the site wouldn't let me.
My boyfriend and I had dinner here last Saturday. As it was our anniversary, he had made a reservation- and specified it was a special occasion for us.
From the beginning, this would have been an anniversary dinner from hell, if we didn't have good senses of humor!
Despite the reservation, we were offered the worst table in the house. Right on a main walkway and at a tiny table. All other parties of two were at larger, but set more intimately. Our waitress did not offer much attention, and even smirked and offered a rude comment when my boyfriend ordered water. Our food was slow to come out. So slow, in fact, that the melted cheese on his meal had already hardened by the time it arrived. My meal was also served cold. Perhaps it wouldn't have been so cold if it had been served with a cover, like all of the other tables. Oh- and, all of the other food came out on a tray, even at the two party tables where it wasn't necessary. Ours? Oh, just carried in the waitress' hands. And no- she didn't ask if there was anything else we needed after she plunked it down.
I've never been the subject of discrimination before, but this was horrendous. There are two things they may have not liked about us: my boyfriend was the only non-white person there, and neither of us are 50 or older. Maybe they perceived us as only requiring second class service, or that we wouldn't tip well. We normally tip very well (20-25%), but after that? How could we tip well?
No, thanks. Save your money, celebrate elsewhere. We always read Zagat reviews before choosing a new dining experience, and are appalled that this place made the list.