Three of us went to this establishment for some "happy hour" drinks. When time came to pay my bill, an inordinate amount of time lapsed; and our friend observed: "I think they've lost your credit card." This was relatively easy to observe because we were only about 15 feet from the bar. Consequently I got up to inquire about the matter, and was told they had indeed "lost" my credit card, but they said they would find it shortly. Minutes passed, and eventually a busboy came by our table and, with a pen and piece of paper asked me to provide a name and phone number so they could call us when they found it! No bar tender; no manager...a busboy for whom English was clearly a "second language"! No apology, no explicit non-payment of drinks; no compensation for the inconvenience in the form of a gift card...nothing! Our late son was a chef; his girl friend manages a restaurant; our friend's son manages a bar operation in California...we know the "industry.' This was unequivocally the biggest "botch job" of restaurant management we and they had ever encountered. If you should opt to select this establishment for future dinning, be on guard for gross incompetence and lack of professionalism. Clearly the customer is just an inconvenience.
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