Happy Hour was from 5-7 so my family and I decided to order dinner in the bar. Bartender could not find the Fat Tire Beer in the cooler, Jack and Cokes were made with flat soda, appetizers of fried pickles and jalepeno caps were fried in very old grease...you know it is old when the food soaks up the grease and there are residual brown chunks of other fried food stuck to your order. And then came dinner, an hour and a half after we ordered it. Two people in our party ordered hamburgers, which when cut in half, blood ran freely from the meat, which was cold on the inside. I ordered shrimp kabobs, which came to the table, cold and without a grill mark in sight and with the shells still on the shrimp. Another one of our party ordered steak kabobs, ice cold and raw as could be. And yet another member of our party never did receive their meal of chicken and pasta alfredo. The bartender kept telling us that he had just gotten here yesterday and he had no idea why things were this bad. He finally stated that the 'chef' had not shown up, so it is anyones guess as to who was actually doing the cooking. Another couple sitting at the bar, which by the way was dimly lit..not for ambiance, but because bulbs were burned out, got up and walked out after ordering food that was similar to ours, and which the bartender told them had been prepared by a chef that studied at the Cordon Bleu. I suggested that they might want to lease the restaurant to professionals, and Mr. Bartender said they tried that and it didn't work out. Well let me tell you buddy, this ain't working either.
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