The food and service were some of the best in Tucson. We arrived at 6pm on Saturday night, and there was quite a wait. But a table opened at the bar, which is first come, first served. We grabbed the seats and the young lady waiting on us cleaned the table within seconds. She took our drink order and provided us with menus. We had our drinks within three minutes, and ordered the stuffed mushrooms for an appetiser. They were really good. I ordered the light tilapia which is listed at under 550 calories, and my wife had the oriental chicken salad. I tried a bite of the salad and it was really good. Most low calorie meals I order at restaurants are kind of bland. The tilapia was an amazing surprise. It came on a bed of rice pilaf, and had some excellent greens as a side. The whole combination was unbelievable, and I'll certainly order it again. For desert, my wife and I split an apple berry crumble with two small scoops of vanilla bean ice cream. It was superb. On top of the fabulous food, we had an amazing server who was always on top of things. I'd rate this place as 100/100! I'll certainly be back.
Went there on a Friday night at 5:45pm. Our party of five was seated right away. We ordered several varieties of beer, and all of them were acceptable, but no home-runs. We ordered off the menu, and were surprised at how fast we were served. I ordered the fried shrimp special. It included lots of large fried shrimp, but the batter was very tasteless. They served it with a shrimp sauce that was mostly horseradish. The real drawback was that they sat us back to back with the bar. We had about 8-12 inches between our backs and the back of the patrons standing at the bar. This is way too close and made for an uncomfortable seating experience, expecially when one of the bar patrons started to leave and was surprised by how close we were and stumbled over my wife. He was very apologetic, and there was "no harm-no foul". Overall - I'd go back at least once more, but I'd ask not to sit right next to the bar.
The other person who reviewed probably didn't have things properly explained. If an employee is told a wrong pump and someone else pumps that gas before the employee can switch the pumps It's not the store's fault and yes, there's nothing they can generally do about as they just cannot give free gas away. The person you would've wanted to talk would be who ever pumped the gas you paid for. Lesson here is whenever an employee asks twice which pump it is, or even asks what car it is to make sure do not get snappy with them as they are trying to make sure you get your gas and make sure you know which pump you're at or let them know once you get to the front counter, ask for a second, and triple check. Sometimes you have to own up to your own mistakes.