While the bar and dining room decor may be pleasant, the food and service, the main things a restaurant earns its reputation on, leave much to be desired. The food was horrible, notably the Cobb salad which was poorly presented with mostly iceberg lettuce a few crumbles of blue cheese, some egg, and the what tasted more like burnt wood chips than bacon. Worst of all, the chicken topping the salad was raw and skin slimy ! It was pink and bloody. We sent it back. Never did they offer to replace the salad the undercooked chicken juice had dripped on. Major safety and sanitation issue here! The waiter had a notable attitude (not a good one) when the chicken was sent back. They brought the chicken back looking just as it did when they took it away, Totally unexcusable. Also, the bread plates were wisked away without explanation from the place settings, as you have to pay for bread at lunch (we found that out after asking for some bread to have along with our soup and salad) . The onion soup had hot melted cheese covering an overly salty luke warm broth. The bottle of white wine we ordered was not available, and when we decided on another, it was not properly chilled, and just set on the table. We asked for a chilling bucket which we got 15 minutes later (it was not crowded). Also, we had to make a special request for salt and pepper. No pepper offered for the salads or soups! This is one of those places that prides itself more on attitude and interior design (try to figure out how to flush the toilet in the restrooms!!) than on well prepared food and excellent service. Also when we left and asked for our valet stamp. They said ""Are you planning on leaving now?"" because these stamps are time sensitive. Just the kind of place I hate to see take away business from restaurants where quality of food and taking care of the customer are the number one priorities.