I wanted to love it. They brought us our food and we had to send it back because it was missing things we asked for or it just wasn't what we asked for. The service also didn't feel friendly or genuine and the menu felt full of tricks i. My daughter had the delicious fried chicken sandwich think Chic-fil-A and I had the huge turkey club with avocado. Facial capture lets you skip a lot of that by recording the expression of the actor when they read the lines. He told us all about the restaurant and what they had to offer with such enthusiasm that we thought he was the owner.
We asked for the manager and the waitress was shocked that we wanted to complain about our lengthy wait. The decor is diner chic. Still, very cool place- would return next time we are in town. A hostess that didn't crack a smile. I will try to save you, cover up the grey With silver lining. In regards to the food, the Greek salad, fries, French toast, and Mac and cheese were good items. I have asked them twice.
Again I give it 5 it is nice. The New England chowder was ok, but bland, and there wasn't a ton of clam in it. Second night open and things are pretty smooth. Very high quality food with lots of healthy or indulgent options. I hate to add to my posted review however I must at this time. Most noteworthy were the mashed potatoes. For food, I've tried a few things - but the vegan bowl is really great.
The rain's going to follow you wherever you go. We ended the night with a few fantastic desserts - coconut cake and banana cream pie, one better than the other - we had to get a few glasses of milk to end with the appropriate nightcap. Menu needs work, and most importantly you need to offer basic diner menu items and food needs to be upgraded if they want people to come back. Very pleasant experience dining here. In fact there is a breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. We were ecstatic about this new transformation, and were somewhat underwhelmed with the service. She asked what type he wanted, and he asked for 3 each of two different oysters.
The place was practically empty. And these words wouldn't keep you dry Or wipe tears from an open sky, But I know, but I know, but I know I'm right. When he asked the waitress she checked with the kitchen, and they said they only had one type that night. This is the opening track from Happiness, the debut studio album by English synthpop duo Hurts. When we pointed out it was in the happy hour time, he told us we actually weren't seated in the right area. They completely fixed it up. Everything else was just ok.
My only complaint is they don't serve breakfast all day which is dumb because it's a diner! My Guest had a lovely bowl of mussels with a tasty broth. I am hoping they tighten up the service and get more familiar with the ingredients and potential food allergies. The menu selection was weird. All musical material is re-recorded and does not use in any form the original music or original vocals or any feature of the original recording. I'm here, right now, waiting for a blueberry muffin.
I got up to complain to the waiter and the manager overheard me; he made a big show of scolding the waiter and being concerned and then went back to drinking and joking around with his friends at the counter. King Graham must find the courage once again to save his family. Fortunately, they are together again, along with Michael, Sotiris and Terrance. Again, my food was ok, but bland. Both came with crispy, perfectly seasoned fries, sweet pickles and coleslaw. All in all this was a great restaurant don't be fooled by the name diner it is really fine dining.
I had the special tilapia, they tried. Our party of four had a variety of different food all of which was off the charts delicious. For food, I've tried a few things - but the vegan bowl is really great. They did replace the dish at no charge, but unfortunately it was after I had a few bites and realized it was soaked in butter. We had at least three different servers the whole time, meaning we got served the wrong drinks and meals. It wasn't fancy Hamptons, and it wasn't Diner.