We were trying to take the two sets of grandparents out on a Sunday night at 5:30. We walked in and it totally seemed like we were inconveniencing the hostess. She seemed surprised that we would even think about asking for a table. She huffed and said she had to ask a manager about how long it would be for a table. We were the only ones standing there but when she came back she said it would be a half an hour to 45 in wait. We walked right out. Though the wait time was very confusing since we would have been the only ones waiting for a seat, it was mostly the Hostesses attitude from the second we walked in that had me walk right out. Maybe they had a large party. Maybe something was happening that we weren't aware of but there was no effort made to feel welcome in that place. It would have been everyone's first time trying a Lone Star Grill but this left a bad taste in my mouth and I didn't even get to try their food!
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