The food was very good. Ravioli and gluten free pasta were the selections, and we were satisfied with the quality of both. The calamari appetizer was very good as well but not as fresh as we expected - not bad, just not great. Setting was very nice on the river. Only drawback was a waiter that started with attitude. At first he just seemed elitist but just turned out to be rude sometimes - I guess I was a difficult customer when I asked about bourbon choices for an old fashioned. He warmed up eventually (hmmm...closer to the time to tip), but for a "fine dining" experience he should have taken more time and had more class. Should have been outstanding for two benjamins, but just very good.
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