Nice ambiance. Good libations. Service okay. Food mixed. My tuna was dry and hard, a shame at $30. In fact one of the worst pieces of fish I have ever had. Other diners in the party were more approving of their dishes but without enthusiasm. It pains me to say this: the best thing we had by unanimous vote were the Happy Hour Sweet Potato fries for an appetizer with an interesting ketchup. I cannot imagine we will return and the reason has nothing to do with the type of food here but how it was prepared. Not a good ambassador for a fresher and healthier alternative. Even though there were many vacant tables throughout our stay we were given the impression during arrival that our reservation was critical to being admitted. Wishful thinking does not make a successful restaurant.
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