Here's the thing: perhaps it is my fault, and I should have read the menu more carefully or questioned the waitress more thoroughly. I had a deep, deep craving for nachos - you know, the kind that is crunchy with lots of melted cheese, and jalapenos, and salsa and sour cream and an ice cold beer. What I got was what appeared to be homemade potato chips, with some cheese, ranch dressing and no salsa, no jalapenos. Is was ok, but not something I would go out of my way to drive and order again. And yes, I did ask the waitress about portion size and toppings, but she never mentioned, and it never occurred to me to ask, if the restaurant was going to use actually corn chips or taco chips. My companion's fish dinner was ok, just a little dry, but a good portion. Again, my meal was a total of $17, which for me is pricey for an appetizer of not taco chips nachos and a small beer. Would we return again? Sure, sometime in a year or two, because the patio was comfortable and pretty. Was the service great? Well, we asked for our bill, twice, and we heard all about what the server's plans were for the following day - which was a day off for her. It's nice when the staff is friendly, but then there is that line that is crossed, and I hear too much information about your day when I am here to sit and talk to my companion and pay for your service. Oh well, perhaps I am too harsh, but I just wanted to eat, talk and drink.
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