Cletus (228) Connecticut | May 3, 2012| Updated June 7, 2012
32 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 1/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD 5/10 VALUE 2/10 OVERALL 6/20
Went here for the first (and probably last) time about two weeks ago. The place itself is a typical noisy, busy small chain restaurant with a dark interior and lots of televisions. The selection is your basic craft menu with a number of regionals, plenty of macros disguised as craft beer, and some of the widely available Belgian beers. An attempt is made to serve the beers in their own glassware at a proper temperature which is a plus. The food, which is your typical mid range steakhouse food is decent, but overpriced. The service was very lacking. We were seated quickly which is nice. What is not nice is that I ordered an appetizer, an entree, and a beer. My appetizer arrived within 5 minutes of ordering it. 5 minutes later, my salad, the beer I ordered, and my entree all arrived. This was happening to a lot of people around me and was not a random thing. This place tries to rush you right out the door. It is also hard to get anyoneís attention when itís time for another beer. Not a place Iíll be going out of my way for anytime soon.