We arrived right around 4:10 on this past Sunday afternoon. The five of us, plus we were waiting on another four, which comes out to a party of 4 adults and 5 kids in total. We walked in and stood at the host stand where it said "please wait to be seated". Finally after 10 minutes or so, waitress after waitress walking past, I decided to head up to the bar to find out what was going on. No such luck! Two bartenders behind the bar simply walked away from me when eye contact was made. So I proceeded to just stand in the middle of the server station until I could get ANYONE to acknowledge me and once that took place, I asked if we sat ourselves or if someone would be up front to help us? She said "do whatever you want". I honestly was about to leave at this point, but then all of the sudden, a waitress came to the front as she could see we had been waiting for over 15 minutes now with three small children. Not just any waitress, but someone who understood what had just taken place and decided that it was all she could do to take care of our table for the duration of our visit. It wasn't her section but she was determined to change our experience immediately. And she did.
|Kids sized portion of cheese quesadilla|
When all was said and done, Tara, our wonderful waitress who came to the rescue took very good care of us along with the man in the kitchen. We were a few close seconds away from giving the idea of Mac's up and those two pulled everything together to make our meal very good and memorable. The food was definitely above average (with the exception of the eggs) when compared to other joints in the area. In fact, I believe I heard one of our friends telling another friend the very next day that we all had to go check out this new BBQ place downtown sometime together. It was knock your socks off good.
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