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Joan Terry Drucker
Works at Troy Acoustics
Lives in Massachusetts
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Massachusetts
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Wethersfield - Connecticut, Arizona - Simsbury
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  • Troy Acoustics
    Business Development, present
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The food was delicious, however the portions were miniscule. Limited menu. The salad, vegetables and toasted semolina bread (although quite tasty) were a la carte. All five people in our party were disappointed after having heard positive reviews. We all agreed that was our first and last visit. I would recommend that you look at the menus online to get a sense of the limitations for your dining group. All the tables were filled so obviously it appeals to diners who value unique farm fresh dining regardless of cost or portion size.
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Public - in the last week
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No internet. The location is perfect. Just far enough away from downtown, but an easy ride if you want to go downtown for dinner. The personnel were most accommodating. We stayed in a well-designed studio unit. The bed and pillows were top quality. Although the kitchen was small it certainly met our needs. The property is beautifully maintained, the rooms nicely decorated, and very clean. The major problem...no internet to speak of. They referred me to their mechanic who graciously rebooted the modem...then nothing. They then referred me to AT&T who said I should have service that evening. They have lots of things going on right at the resort. For us, the native flute lecture was really well done. If you don't need an internet connection in your room, I would recommend staying here. PS They do have a couple of computers in their business center so that you can print up your boarding passes or look up something quickly.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
What a fun place to eat. The food was absolutely superb. A little noisy, but that was part of the ambiance. We tried many of the Tapa dishes. The lamb chops, Spanish shrimp and prawns were perfectly spiced and ever so tasty. One person tried the Gazpacho and thought it was better than anything he ever had in Spain. It was my husband's birthday...so all the diners were directed to spin their clothe napkins in the air and yell OLE OLE...what fun. If you are used to all the dishes arriving at your table at the same time...that is not how it works. It is assumed that you are sharing the Tapas, so they bring them right out when they are fresh and hot. This can be misconstrued as slow service. However, appears to be the norm in this extremely busy restaurant. If you are looking forward to Paella, you need to place your order 4 hours in advance for a party of 4. Having taken a Spanish Paella cooking class, I realize how important it is to plan this meal. Hope to try it the next time we visit. The Flamenco dancers were entertaining; the Spanish guitarist superb. Overall a great experience...
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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The downtown location for El Charro is ever so special. The tasty food is moderately priced . If you have guests visiting from out of town, this is the best Mexican food in town.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago