flawless atmosphere and food. Both have everything you need for a basic, good time eating out. That's enough for five stars on both, but then the extra tvs, spacious indoors with numerous tables yet decent walkspace, well kept bathroom, and immediate and efficient cleaning of emptied tables add for higher quality. Most of all, my server apologized once for not telling me the Tritip Wedge salad was that the lettuce was cut in wedges, not the tritip steak. She didn't have to apologize, that was customer incompetence. That extra detail is enough for five stars, but she was also polite, positive, brought out orders timely, cracked a few decent jokes on the side, and brought out the pizookie early when the ice cream was melting. Perfect service, with additional noteworthy aspects. Kid-friendliness: good accommodations and polite servers Wheelchair accessibility: despite the crowd, necessary space is certainly made when disabled people appear
Mikayla D was a phenomenal server, she was very patient with my autistic son. I will definitely come again
Had a great dinner with a group of 10 or so. Started at the bar while waiting for a table. The bartenders were very fast & courteous. We then moved to a table. Luis was our server & was very good. He provided great service, made recommendations, handled multiple checks in a timely manner, & even took a group photo for us. Food was good, as expected. Made for a great team dinner.
Fantastic experience and amazing food!
Mikayla D was an excellent waitresses. She was very patient and kind. Whatever question we had she answered with a smile. She provided us with great service!
Very disappointed. Came here with about an hour before our movie and were sat pretty quickly. My husband and I were waiting for 15 minutes before walking out. Not sure how a waiter can not even GREET 2 people sitting at a table. 👎
The prime rib special(Friday and Saturday only) is a really good deal
The food was really good and our waiter Ryan was really amazing and nice 10/10 service forsure we will be back to see ryan