It used to be one of my favorite place but not anymore
They raised prices, it got too noisy and the best Mac and Cheese in Bay Area became barely average (they changed the type cheese and macaroni). I also guess now they got more popular, and thus, they are trying to squeeze everyone in by basically making sit on each other laps. The food can be great sometimes, so we might be back for dinner one day, if we are feeling on spending too much money but definitely not for lunch.
The first and last experience during lunch was horrible. The server named George wasn't able to suggest or recommend any of the dishes besides saying twice ""they all are good"". That's no brainer! He also was way too arrogant to be a sever. I myself served, managed two restaurants and now I eat out almost on daily basis, so I am not hard to please and I tip well. But don't act like you are doing me a favor by doing your job! I have seen enough people in this industry who show so much attitude and then blame everyone but themselves for receiving bad tip or being stiffed . What else do you expect with such an attitude? I am just surprised that such a nice restaurant like Globe does such a poor job in hiring. But I guess it makes sense after reading other reviews here that no one wants to work for such an owner of a restaurant, who expects his/her employees to work almost free. Maybe that's why they are having such a hard time of keeping good people? Also I barely ever see any management on the floor.
At the end, no matter what kind of owner one works for, he can give a good service in a slow restaurant. What kind of question is whether we have a reservation, when a place is empty and no one came in 45 minutes later? If you have no reservations in the book, why would you ask such a dumb question? I wish I didn't even leave a 12% tip because he didn't deserve 5 dollars.
Oh and food? An average ahi tuna salad, pasta, a bottle of sparking water and a server with attitude issues were definitely not worth of 50 dollars.