I would have expected the elitist attitude of Silvertone's hostess ""Mo"" to come from an exclusive, upscale restaurant in New York City, NOT from a place like Silvertone's. She was on some sort of high and mighty kick. We were a party of three, with two more joining us for drinks later in the evening. I put in our name for a table of three and was told the wait was an hour. So at that point I told her, make it for five- by the time we sit the other two would join us. Well 45 minutes later she tells us our table is ready and is everyone in our party here. Well, we were still waiting on two. So she refused to seat us at a table for five and instead sat a couple at a large table. What I didn't enjoy was her snobby response to me: ""You've been going back and forth with this 3-5-3-5 business, haven't you?"" As if I was making it up to get a table sooner?!? Excuse me, who do you think you are, Mz. Hostess? Apparently ""Mo"" forgot her job was to be a HOSTESS, which, by definition, means she should be accommodating and welcoming. So we ended up eating at the bar, the bartenders were a hoot- very nice, and almost made up for the hostess' lack of, well, hostessing. The food was only ok. I was expecting more of a ""wow"" factor. My advice? Don't go when there is a crowd, and when Mo is hostessing, eat at the bar.
Pros: Nice bartenders, good drinks
Cons: Snotty hostess