Well, I guess there is one in every crowd.
I was here Friday night with friends (there was 6 in our group) and I have to say, we were not impressed.
When we first arrived, the place was not busy at all. However, it took A LOT of catching the eye of the servers to get some attention. Personally, I'm not a fan of the head craning, eye catching game. You know we're here, we want drinks, we want to spend money, get your rear over here.
At one point a friend of mine got tired of waiting for one of the waitresses to come around and decided to go to the bar himself. When he asked if he could get a drink the bartender snickered "I don't know, can you?" looking over at the waitresses, who were standing at the bar with their back to the room, texting on their cell phones. I guess the answer to that question is no.
I understand renovations are a necessary evil, but the men's washroom was down, leaving the guys just the employees washroom to use, which was frequently locked. It doesn't help matters when some of the male patrons started to use the woman's room.
We're not going back to Oscars. I'd suggest the Old Admiral over this place any day.