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#1 Oct 31, 2012
Went there this afternoon with my wife. The place is absolutely beautiful. The menu looked interesting and we were planning on having dinner there but while sitting at the bar we had to endure the filthy mouths of a few individuals. We are not prudes, but it was disappointing that an establishment that appeared to be so classy turned a deaf ear to this type of behavior. So we left and I doubt we will return. It isn't my place to suggest to the owners how to run there restaurant, but I think they might want to consider whether their intention is to appeal to customers that want to have a few drinks, enjoy dinner and expect civility, or have the reputation of being just another dive bar that welcomes the drunken foul mouth crowd.
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