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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: American: 2 Stars

Re: “Paulo & Bill’s

First, I would like to say that I have been to P&B at least 20 times. Usually, the food is excellent and if it's not, they will fix it and make it better. However, tonight has prompted me to write this review, unfortunately because I was so disappointed.

Second, I would like to say that the dish I had tonight tasted very good, but the problem was with proportion size. I got the sea bass dish, and paid $26 for it. It was so small, it was more like a $15 appetizer. I left wanting more to eat, and they offered desert, but after spending over $40 on food and drinks (I usually go alone so it was just me) I didn't want to spend more there tonight. I would suggest to anyone, if you order a fish dinner there, be prepared to pay a lot for very little.

Third, I would like to discuss the inconsistencies. Sometimes when I go there, they server bread before the dish is served, but the last 2 times they did not. Tonight would have been a perfect night to serve it because I definitely walked out hungry. I am still not sure what warrants getting bread, maybe they run out because I tend to go later after the crowd has died down. Another inconsistency if the waiter/waitress. I never know who that is supposed to be. Tonight, one girl took my order, another brought my dinner to me, and a third did the bill and touched the table. And all this while the owner sat right behind me, not even saying a thing. Now, I've been there at least 20 times, and they act like they have never seen me before. I guess they have so many guests, any one would never be acknowledged as a regular. Not a place where you feel welcome. The waitresses are very nice, and tend to you, but when I sat down, there was no silverware or napkin on the table, and that wasn't brought until after my food was sitting in front of me.

So, here I sit, writing this review, and thinking, what can I make here at home to top it off. I was charged over $40 dollars for an appetizer and 2 drinks. I left a $5 tip where normally I would have left at least $9 because I tipped tonight based on what I thought the meal was worth, not what I was charged. The waitressES, were very good, so I'm sorry for them, but I still feel slighted.

I will go back because the food is so good, and usually they don't do this. I will write a review for them every time now, and I hope I can say better. If not, Hereford House is right down the street. Just as expensive, but they feed you plenty every time, and it is consistent.

Thanks you.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by mattwm on 02/08/2014 at 10:17 PM

Re: “Jack Gage American Tavern - CLOSED

We try JG last night, and I don't know, it just seemed OK, nothing special. We waited at the bar for a half hour and had a drink, it was fine. Then we were seated in a strange center room for dinner, was it light blue or white, not sure because the lighting was so eerie. There was nothing on the walls except marks where the chair had rubbed off their paint. Hardly inviting, and I won't lie to you, the room tainted my view of the entire night. And there were TVs all over the place, they just didn't fit in a dining area. OK so then the food came, again, it was fine, nothing exceptional, and the plating was uninspiring. The rotisserie chicken was moist, but a bit boring. The vegetarian plate was weird, just 5 random sides on a plate. And I don't know why the Pitch says it's "vegetarian friendly", because there's that and a few side salads for vegetarians, that's it! The "come back" sauce is pretty much the same stuff that you would find with any "bloomin' onion" type dish. And the place is really loud. The prices are fair, service was good, but... I just don't see us going back when there are so many better place in the area that are better than just OK.
Rating Detail:
Food: 2
Service: 4
Atmosphere: 2
Value: 3
Overall: 2

Posted by Jonas on 02/28/2010 at 6:49 AM

Re: “Chaz on the Plaza

The happy hour at the Raphael Lounge was a weekly affair. One happy hour at the Chaz and we are looking for a new place. Happy hour consist of $1 off wine and appetizers. We had the cheese plate for two and it was a joke. For $19 there was a small appetizer for one. No bread or crackers or mustard. Don't waste your time one this place. Music was ok but far too loud. We mentioned this to the waiter but nothing happened. It is a small area and the loud music made it impossible to talk.
Rating Detail:
Service: 2
Atmosphere: 4
Value: 2
Overall: 2

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Dennis Reese on 03/16/2009 at 1:14 PM

Re: “R.A. Long's Sawmill

This restaurant has a great atmosphere but the food and service leave much to be desired. I have eaten here twice with different levels of service ranging from good to horrible. The food has never been good. I have had to send my entree back both times I was there. The tuna was a horrible cut and was inedible. The KC strip was served rare instead of medium well and was very balnd as if there was no seasoning what-so-ever. We did not recieve our appetizer and other people at our table did not recieve their side dishes. The menu is limited and overpriced.
Rating Detail:
Service: 1
Atmosphere: 3
Value: 1
Overall: 2

Posted by Dusty on 01/17/2009 at 9:41 AM

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