We arrived a little after noon, witnessing the entire restaurant buzz about to serve the packed patio guests and lunch rush hour diners seated inside. Lucky enough to get "bar seats" directly facing the window, it almost seemed as if we were eating outside - if only it wasn't as stuffy.
As the daily variations of pizza available for ordering had already been set into the display case, it took almost no time at all for them to be delivered to our table. Though placed on nifty wooden serving boards, presentation was lacking. The grease from the bottom of the pizzas had not been wiped off; in addition, the pizzas had been shoved onto the boards completely unaligned. Talk about a lack of attention to detail.
On the way back, I noticed that the "kitchen" was essentially a counter top with a few cupboards arranged overhead. The greens used to make the salads had already been prepared and stored in the mini fridge below the countertop. This made me wonder how on earth compiling them in a decent-looking manner could require over twenty minutes.
By this point, I honestly didn't want to take any more of her ignominious attitude, and just decided to get up and pay (sans tip, of course).
We then headed over to the Cheese Shoppe on Locke, where ice cream is served during the summer months.
All in all, neither of the places visited are worth re-exploring. Having heard so many good things about Earth to Table, I think I might just stop by there instead next time.