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This restaurant will tell mature adults that they have to participate in the all you can eat BBQ if others in their party are having it. They have a wide variety of foods and forcing people to sit away from their lunch mates because they are afraid of "sharing". This is rude and ridiculous. I didn't want the BBQ I wanted something else yet I was told at the door that as the customer I could not sit with my friends. If they are afraid people will share food then they should have more servers on the floor. They don't have enough servers on the floor as it is during lunch and it takes a while to get service. the food is good but the all you can eat rule is absurd.
Super good NYC bagels & nice staff behind the counter. They also have a frequent buyer card so don't forget to ask for it.
Vino is a great place to eat and have wine. The people that go there are friendly and again the food is great and good portions. I have had the potato balls, and almost half of the menu it is all tasty and flavorful. Plus you don't feel stuffed. The service is excellent they are knowledgeable about their wines. You can't go wrong when you go to vino.
Amazing sangria by the glass or carafe. Great romantic environment. Sometimes there is guitar music inside.
My daughter and I found this little little hidden gem accidentally, while checking the menu of the restaurant next door. We weren't exactly thrilled with the choices at the other place, plus we were in the mood to relax and be served, not order from a counter. We both ordered the Scottish Salmon, which comes with a lovely sauce, rested upon a bed of pureed potatoes with a lentil sauce and steamed asparagus. The African cabernet was a perfect compliment to the medium rare salmon. I had a feeling that the gentleman behind the bar was the owner, and his server was just as warm and friendly. The restaurant is small...about a half dozen tables and a fully stocked bar. I would suggest a reservation, but it was a Tuesday, so we were among 4 other groups of customers. Scottish Salmon & trimmings: $18 Cabernet by the glass: $7 Experience: Priceless.