Rude rhymes with food.. These folks don't know how to deal with problems or people. The car gets damaged and we are told, " . . . prove it!" No inspection, no attention, no reason to go back. There are many places with better food, courteous service, and an owner with a brain.
Good Food, Okay Service....AWFUL OWNER!!!!!. I've been going to place for a while and now that I have met the owner....I WILL NEVER GO BACK!! I can't get into too much detail as I'm going to sue the restaurant, but I will tell you that the owner of this location is a clown at best. It is now my mission in life to share my bad experience at Atrias with the world....
EHHHHH!. We had reservations, so by the time the rest of our late ariving party arrived, we were seated right away. However, once we got to our deck sets, service increasingly slowed. As a corporately trained server/trainer, I usually prefer to give benefit of the doubt when it comes to service. But with knowledge of servers that I have previously trained taking employment with this restaurant, I know that sidework takes precedence over service. While the wine service was great, not many restaurants these days give 'proper' wine service, it took over thirty minutes to get our soups/and ten minutes later to get our salads. If everyone at the table orders either/or . . . everyone should have a plate in front of them when food is delivered. All in all, what should have been a dinner that just lasted a bit over an hour, lasted us over two hours. Refills were not observerd until patrons were dying of thirst, water was not offered with alcohoic drinks (DRAM Shop training). The food came out hot, pivot points were observed, but it just took way to long for a party of seven to get in and out of a restaurant that was not busy.
Cozy pub in a well-preserved Victorian that offers sumptuous home cooking and family-friendly atmosphere..
It's no wonder Atria's has been around since the '30s. It's like walking into another universe, a place where folks can have a casual, piping-hot home-cooked meal with their families, then head downstairs for a pint with neighborhood friends. The building, which used to house small family businesses on the first floor and a four-room apartment on the second, didn't lose its homey feel when it was transformed into a popular eatery.
You can't make a better choice than the bourbon- and maple-glazed pot roast. The dark, sweet sauce loaded with tender slices of carrots, celery and sweet onions can't be topped. The marinated chicken breast sandwich, which comes topped with a grilled pineapple ring, caramelized onions and honey-Dijon dressing, is almost as delicious. You won't be disappointed by nearly anything you order.
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