I've come to this location regularly over the years and it remains to be one of the restaurants where the service is consistently good.
Now that Rob Feenie has joined the helm he has his own signature dishes in the menu, which I've taken the liberty to try since it's been introduced.
Their menu is fairly diverse in selection and since Feenie's inception it seems as if they're trying to cater to a more upscale casual diner.
Their sliders are a tasty appetizer item for those wanting to satisfy their burger cravings, whether you want to share them or not. Their Tuna Poke is a refreshing fusion of ahi tuna, shrimp, tropical fruit, nuts and creamy avocado. We then settle into the basics for a chain: pasta, steaks, chicken/ribs, a few fish dishes and a handful of tex-mex items.
I've had a few of the Feenie signatures including the Calamari Sandwich, Butternut Squash Ravioli, The "Burger", Spinach Salad and the BBQ Duck Club. None of the dishes stood out; typical dishes with unusual twists sums it up. The BBQ Duck Club jazzes up a classic with bbq duck and prosciutto nestled between 2 pieces of nut fruit bread. Sweet and savoury although not a particular favourite of mine. The "Burger" puts all your favourites into a bun: juicy beef patty, sauteed mushrooms, aged cheddar and cured bacon. I would've liked it if they used a nice sourdough instead of a hamburger bun for their Curry Calamari Sandwich and it was a bit heavy on the mayo.
Service is excellent the odd time but always consistently good and better. Servers are amicable and professional. Ambience and decor is casual and welcoming for a good time.
One of the better chains out there in terms of variety of menu choices and consistently good service and atmosphere. Always worth a visit here and there.