We went here because my son, who was recently promoted to Navy Chief, wanted to go for dinner. We get there and being Friday night there was a wait. They put us in the biggest dining area available, for a group of 9 to be seated, yet there really wasn't enough room between the tables. Once we sat down we couldn't get back up without inconveniencing someone on either side of us. They did put just barely enough space for my husband's wheelchair to fit at the end of the table. We started with two servers, one for each side of the table, and that managed to morph into one taking care of us. He did an excellent job for a large group. Our orders were correct and there were no mishaps. The food was delicious and we had enough to take home and eat leftovers later that evening. My daughter forgot her bag in the foyer, while waiting on the table, and someone found it and turned it in and nothing was missing. My husband left behind his fedora and we didn't realize it until we got home. We called the restaurant and they had indeed found it and said that they would hold it until we came back to get it, which my son will do. I enjoyed the meal and the service, but felt a little to squished to be able to really enjoy my meal.