Our latest meal here was not a success. The atmosphere was still pleasant, and the staff, if a bit pushy, were still lightning-quick and friendly.. The bread was also good. The only problem was that the entrees weren't, or at best, were uneven. My wife was generally happy with her prime rib (maybe they should rebrand as serving "American" fare), but my sausage/shrimp pasta dish was simply poor, tasteless and lacking in spice with an excessively watery sauce. Possibly they tried to make up in quantity for what they lacked in quality -- both plates were HUGE and we took much food home (where I will fix up the pasta with some of my wife's Italian spices) -- but it doesn't work that way. Some "repairs" to the kitchen are needed here.
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