Veryyyyyy disappointing dining experience. Bizarre wine policy (server opens the bottle away from customer and pours a glass for themselves to try/taste, to make sure the bottle is good.) This is not right, not to mention they pour enough of a taste for themselves as well as other, fellow servers. So essentially, the customer is paying to educate the servers on the restaurants extensive wine list. Correct me if I'm wrong but if you're spending $44 (their cheapest bottle) or $3,460 (their most expensive) shouldn't the customer be trying the bottle?? If the bottle is bad, then by all means the server should pour themselves a glass to try it. When this policy was questioned to management, we were told it was to protect the customer from trying a bad bottle. Please. What's more, the food was bland and luke warm at best. Never, ever, ever again.