We’ve been busy this week with Corporate Catering. This is affecting the Regular Restaurant schedule.
We hope to be back to a “normal” schedule next week
Dhanny and Chef Joe
I love Valentine’s Day. I love my husband. I’m married to a Chef, so I don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day LOL..
Our goal for Valentine’s Day is to offer couples an experience where they didn’t feel rushed. We offer a 4 Course Dinner with complimetary glass of Prosecco to start.
Maybe Chef and I will see you next year in our Kitchen
Chef and I have been busy with Catering the last few weeks. In-House and Off-Premise. Most of you who follow, knows it’s just him and I, so we’re exhausted.
Tonight we’re pulling off a triple shift delivery for Coca Cola with the last delivery at 2:00am tomorrow. Hopefully get back to bed because we are hosting the last Wedding of the Year tomorrow (Dec 23rd)..
Feeling truly Blessed.
For those of you who have missed our last Service night, we’ll see you in 2017 in Our Kitchen
It’s almost an automatic response from customers when they order pasta. What baffles me, is that they ask without even tasting the food.
The Chef takes time to create this dish, you should taste it as it was sent out. If you need that little extra, then say “may I have some cheese please”.
It’s the same with Waiters automatically offering pepper. I can see it on Steak or a salad but we should all be able to taste the food, then make that request. Or perhaps not feel slighted because the Waiter didn’t offer it.
What do you think?
Obviously, these are my opinions and everyone is beautiful and happy and owns a cell phone and has a planner who is super awesome, so you can disregard this post…