For Lexington it actually is an acceptable restaurant, The seating by the hostess was less than I expected being seated 4 feet from the kitchen door in parlor type chairs where you had to face the doors and the chairs were too low for the table which was all of maybe 30 inches across. I objected and stated I needed seating that was adequate for proper dining. The crowd was noisy but that was no surprise for Lexington. The service was actually better than average but not to the level I would have expected of a restaurant with the prices. I did note our server seemed to be working harder than any of the others were. I tipped her accordingly for this. Now for food. The baked spaghetti was marginal to average but that was all, They had run out of Lasagna at 6 pm on a Thursday and were going to be open until 10 pm not very good planning there. The fried green tomatoes were within the somewhat better category, The Italian sausage with peppers and onions were really good and properly prepared. This was a saving grace. But honestly if they would close the bar say at 5 and concentrate on the diners and the food they could actually become a truly worthwhile establishment instead of just above average. We will visit again in a few weeks and if it is better then I will post it with a yes but if it stays the same then it was a $ 30 dollar value that cost $ 65 dollars
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