We want you to be comfortable in our restaurants. Jackets or ties are not required, but we do request the following out of consideration for our staff and other guests. For men, please avoid sleeveless shirts, flip flops, and casual athletic attire. Hats may be worn with the bill facing forward. For both men and women, please avoid beach wear or active wear that is overly revealing.
We do not recommend our restaurants for young children. We welcome families but will always be proactive to help in calming children who are overly excited. Many restaurants do not provide high chairs or booster seats and we recommend the common practice of bringing your own child seating.
Our dining rooms do not have tables which allow groups larger than 6 people to sit at the same table. Because we have a limited number of tables which can accommodate 5 or more people, some restaurants may be unable to make reservations for these larger tables. Please inquire with the restaurant for more specifics.
We take great care in the composition of our dishes and cannot always facilitate special requests. Please talk to your server about any requests you might have and we will attempt to accommodate them. Your well being is important to us so please alert your server immediately of any allergies. Some items may contain ingredients which are not listed on the menu.
When we have other guests waiting to dine, some of whom have reservations, we may ask to accommodate your party in our bar area after your meal has concluded and additional time has elapsed. Generally, we never make this request short of 90 minutes from when you are seated.