I made a reservation a few weeks in advance to celebrate our birthdays (my husbands and mine) and invited another couple as our guests. Reservations were easily made, but word of advice, plan ahead, it's a popular restaurant. The atmosphere is fun.
The food was wonderful. Two of us order the Shrimp Fettuccini, one ordered the chicken and another ordered 4 of the tapas type plates. We also order 2 salads to split, wine, cocktails, coffee and a shared desert. The food was fresh and cooked to perfection, the proportions appropriate and our stomachs were singing with joy.
Our disappointment came with service. Our waitress was rude and at one point scolded us for asking for bread for the third time (it finally came at the end of our meal) and for asking for an American Coffee instead of just saying Coffee. I won't share with you all that she did, but it was rude and she needs a few lessons in service. We are hoping that she was just having a bad night.
We are locals and have only dined out one other time since the start of the virus and to have this attitude from our waitress was disappointing to say the least, but we did not let this ruin our night. We were there to celebrate our birthdays and to have a good time after a year of being socially distanced. We spent a good amount of money at 915 and enjoyed the food immensely. We all remained very professional and personable with our waitress throughout the meal, but we were all taken aback by her attitude throughout the night. Next time, I won't pay to have someone treat me or our guests like that, no matter how good the food is.
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