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A group in Kalamazoo that wants to show what democracy can look like has organized the area's first Urban Democracy FEAST. The local FEAST will be at 5:30 p.m. May 2 at the Hispanic American Council building, 930 Lake Street in Kalamazoo.
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I was extremely surprised by the poor quality of the food here as the outside of the restaurant, and inside ambience, were wonderful. I loved the lighting, the wood paneling, the gorgeous-clearly original-bar. However, you can't judge a book by it's cover. I am sure at the time this restaurant originally took root in this building, the food was the cream of the crop. It is the absolute farthest thing from that, at this point in time. My husband and I had a room in the Amway Grand for our anniversary. The hotel clerk recommended The Bull's Head for lunch. I was very impressed until our meals were served. My husband's "Kobe" steak was completely under done and looked as if it had been put through a meat grinder. My stomach turned just watching him try to cut through the bloody, gristley meat. There is absolutely no way it was Kobe. The brussel sprouts (which I ordered in addition to my meal, specifically because I love brussel spouts) were swamp colored and cooked to an absolute flavorless, textureless substance. They were inedible. My chicken wrap was dry-both the actual wrap and the chicken-with mere scraps inside of the the other ingredients mentioned in the menu description. Our deplorable lunch cost us over $50. No one asked us how our meals were. Had they, I would have said exactly what I am a writing here. If I were the owner, manager or chef of this restaurant I would absolutely want to know of the quality of food being served. We will never return.
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I am extremely surprised by some of the reviews here. Perhaps these customers are not aware of the quality differences that set this restaurant apart from the usual bar-food-slop, push-you-out-the-door mega chain troughs Americans are used to. I have never had anything but wonderful, attentive, polite service at Martini's and I have been going there at least once a month for 6 year. We attend several parties a year there and even hold our joint birthday party there every year. Martini's is a refreshing reminder as to how peope should, and used to, enjoy their food; adequate portions, fresh, local ingredients and TIME to properly PREPARE, PRESENT and ENJOY it. For one, you are supporting a local business that supports YOUR local farmer's. Not a corporate chain serving processed, nutrition- void crap flown in from the other side of the world. Why on earth would anyone complain about time or money being spent on these aspects? Dinner taking too long? A meal should be savored and shared, over time, with the company at hand. Allow yourselves the proper amount of time for your degestive system to adequately prepare for your meal by enjoying the scents and visuals. Enjoy the atmosphere-have a CONVERSATION with whomever you're out with. The problem is, we are so used to having hamburgers thrown in our cars that we have NO clue what a meal is about anymore, or HOW our bodies need to prepare to digest and absorb food. It requires time-so enjoy life around you and SLOW DOWN. So the food takes a while to prepare. How long does it take you to cook a home made meal at home with fresh, local ingredients? An hour+? I've NEVER waited an hour at Martini's and they're making a hell of a lot more plates than I do at home. It takes time because they're MAKING IT. Let's address no changes to the dishes on the menu. Do you think that after you have worked on a special recipe of yours for decades that maybe you know the best way to make and serve it? I would think so. Martini's has the BEST food in Kalamazoo, hands down. If you can't appreciate it, you need to slow down and start developing your palate. Or you can always go get a double cheeseburger thrown in your car.
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I received absolute horrible service at this establishment. I was told the table I RESERVED had already been seated-and it had-with MY party but was asked to wait 15 minutes for them to turn over MY OWN table. There were other tables that sat vacant. Had that not been my party they could have sat me at one of the tables that was not reserved. That was cleared up when I saw MY guests sitting at it and made the hostess aware. She said she had "too many thing going on". Apparently a reserved party for 6-8 people for dinner and drinks was not of her concern or too much to handle. The server rarely came by. The polenta I ordered had a hair on the plate and the server (Josh) never apologized or offered any type of compensation or replacement. Not that I wanted one, but it would have been proper business etiquette. We were delivered food and drinks that were not even ours on two occasions and waited 45 minutes for our bills because the server said he thought we went to the bar. Apparently it took him 45 mintues to realize we weren't at the bar. He didn't even have our bills ready so that, in my opinion, was not truthful since he stated he was looking for us in order to give us our bills. I wrote a letter to this establishment and did receive a response saying that a manager would contact me. It's been several months with no contact. Appalling.
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