Our visit started poorly but ended well. Here's why the start was so rocky. We entered the restaurant through the side door and found a booth in the seating area. We waited about five minutes and when no one came to greet us, one of my group went up to the bar and asked the bartender if he could send a server to us. Another five minutes passed before anyone came. When she did arrive, the server asked how we were and I said not bad, but we would have been better if we hadn't had to wait so long to even be acknowledged. Whooowee, did that comment elicit a death stare from this woman! It was a simple expression of my frustration but she was not having it. She told us we should have come in the front door and sat in the bar where we could be seen. I told her there was no signage to indicate sitting in the fully open seating area was grounds for being overlooked. She stared me down again and pivoted to leave. I told her she might consider just accepting my complaint graciously and moving on. She stormed off. That was mercifully the last we saw of her, and spent the rest of our visit being served by a manager who apologized profusely and went out of her way to treat us very well.
Tin Cup has really good burgers and imaginative salads, tons to choose from for both vegetarians and meat-eaters. This is a great spot for a big crowd with a variety of tastes who want something a notch above typical sports-bar fare.
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