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Carter Stewart recorded his 1,000th career point in the first quarter of Mekeel Christian Academy’s 95-73 non-league boys’ basketball win against Fieldston Friday. 

Deonte Holder led the Lions with 33 points, while Jordan Jackson added 22.

Stewart tallied 13 points, and will be honored ahead of Mekeel’s game against Watervliet Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

Albany Academy beat Collegiate 60-53 behind 27 points  by Andre Jackson, who made 12 of 14 free throws.

Shaker scored a 74-42 Suburban Council win over Averill Park behind 28 points by Sloabn Seymour, who made eight 3-pointers.

Anthony Germinerio led the Warriors with 19 points.

Luke Alteri’s 23 points led Ballston Spa to a 70-57 victory over Niskayuna.

Nick Benton had 17 points for the Silver Warriors.

Bethlehem fended off a Troy rally that included a 25-point fourth quarter to win 59-57.

Braden LaClair scored 12 points to lead the Eagles, going 6-for-7 from the free-throw line. Kevin Mora had a game-high 17 for Troy.

CBA topped Colonie 55-54. Jordan King had 14 points for the Brothers, while Colonie’s Isaiah Moll tallied a game-high 28.

Brian Hart scored 20 points for Saratoga Springs in a 57-38 win over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.

Jeremy Clayton led the Spartans with 11 points.

Cohoes edged Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 70-66 in overtime for a Colonia Council win.

Jaquel Daniels collected 24 points for the Tigers. Jason Reif led Ravena with 19.

Christian Corker had 31 points to lead Scotia-Glenville over South Glens Falls 61-54 in the Foothills Council.
For the Bulldogs, Sam Maziejka tallied 18 points.

Carson Mosher and Ellis Pemrick each recorded 16 points in Greenwich’s 48-44 Wasaren League win against Stillwater.

Brian McNeil led the Warriors with 21 points.

Corinth won an Adirondack League matchup with Warresnburg 48-43.

Evan MacDuff scored 18 points for the Tomohawks. John Kelly chipped in 13.

NON-LEAGUE
MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 95, FIELDSTON 73
FIELDSTON
Tavares 7-2-17, Maharij 14-3-39, Selkrich 4-0-10, Francouer 0-2-2, Gold 2-0-5. Totals: 27-7-73.
MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
Cam. Stewart 1-0-3, Barnhill 0-4-4, Agbo 5-2-12, McCarty 4-0-8, Car. Stewart 5-3-13, Jackson 7-7-22, Holder 9-10-33. Totals: 33-26-95.
Fieldston    14 14 21 24 — 73
Mekeel    17 23 24 31 — 95
Three-point goals: Tavares, Maharij 8, Selkrich 2, Gold, Cam. Stewart, Jackson, Holder 5.

ALBANY ACADEMY 60, COLLEGIATE 53
COLLEGIATE
Blackburn 2-1-5, Chong 1-0-2, Van Dgoes 1-0-3, Frankel 7-2-18, Herman 1-0-2, Herzig 3-0-8, Hutchison 3-0-7, Moon 1-0-3, Murray 2-0-4, Trahan 2-0-4. Totals: 23-3-53.
ALBANY ACADEMY
Brown 1-3-5, Donohoe 1-2-4, Filien 3-1-8, Grandinetti 2-0-5, Jackson 7-12-27, Ullah 1-0-2, Young 2-1-7. Totals: 17-19-60.
Collegiate     7  6 18 22 — 53
Albany    10 16 17 17 — 60
Three-point goals: Van Dgoes, Frankel 2, Herzig 2, Hutchison, Moon, Filien, Grandinetti, Jackson, Young 2.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
SHAKER 74, AVERILL PARK 42
AVERILL PARK
Price 2-5-9, Bornt 2-0-4, Carucci 1-2-4, Re 1-1-3, Letko 1-1-3, Germinerio 5-5-19. Totals: 12-14-42.
SHAKER
JeanPierre 1-0-2, Bush 1-0-3, Mahoney 1-0-2, Meal 2-0-6, Seymour 10-0-28, Bennett 1-0-3, Clayton 2-0-4, McHugh 2-0-6, Decker 0-2-2, Nelson 2-0-4, Cook 5-3-13, Snyder 0-1-1. Totals: 27-6-74.
Shaker    15 20 22 17 — 74
Averill Park     7 18  5 12 — 42
Three-point goals: Bush, Meal 2, Seymour 8, Bennett, McHugh 2, Germinerio 4.

BALLSTON SPA 70, NISKAYUNA 57
BALLSTON SPA
Alteri 7-6-23, Bigelow 6-0-15, Turner 5-2-12, Zoller 4-0-10, Dennis 1-0-2, Blair 1-1-3, Nolan 1-0-2, Washington 1-0-3. Totals: 26-9-70.
NISKAYUNA
St. Lucia 3-0-8, Evans 3-1-10, Murray 1-0-2, Ritzenhaler 0-2-2, Quinn 4-1-11, Cox 2-0-5, Benton 3-9-17, Detrick 1-0-2. Totals: 17-13-57.
Ballston Spa    15 18 19 18 — 70
Niskayuna    13 13 18 13 — 57
Three-point goals: Alteri 3, Bigelo 3, Zoller 2, Blair, Washington, St. Lucia 2, Evans 3, Quinn 2, Cox, Benton 2.

BETHLEHEM 59, TROY 57
TROY
Faison 3-0-8, Alexander 3-0-7, Mora 8-1-17, Johnson 3-0-6, Merritt 6-1-15, Casale 2-0-4. Totals: 25-2-57.
BETHLEHEM
DiBacco 1-0-2, Salo 5-1-11, Davis 1-2-4, Mullen 1-0-2, Ryan 3-1-8, J. LaClair 4-2-10, B. LaClair 2-6-10, Signor 3-1-7, Clanton 1-1-3.
Bethlehem    14 20 11 14 — 59
Troy    11  9 12 25 — 57
Three-point goals: Faison 2, Alexander, Merritt 2, Ryan, B. LaClair 2.

CBA 55, COLONIE 54
CBA
King 4-4-15, O’Toole 2-0-4, Caufield 2-0-6, Wasula 5-2-16, Signor 7-0-14 Totals: 20-6-55.
COLONIE
J. Aybar 6-2-15, Satin 3-2-9, Canty 1-0-2, Moll 10-4-28. Totals: 20-8-54.
CBA    11 13 15 16 — 55
Colonie    13 15 13 13 — 54
Three-point goals: King 3, Caufield 2, Wascia 4, J. Aybar, Satin, Moll 4.

SARATOGA SPRINGS 57, BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 38
BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE
Agoney 3-0-6, Blowers 1-0-2, Clayton 4-0-11, Hromada 2-0-6, Jameson 3-0-7, Petroski 1-1-3, Wyatt 1-1-3. Totals: 15-2-38.
SARATOGA SPRINGS
Na. Chudy 2-0-4, Ni. Chudy 1-0-2, Davis 2-0-4, Hart 9-1-20, Holmes 1-0-3, Larkin 2-0-4, Lawton 6-0-15, Steingraber 1-2-5. Totals: 24-3-57.
Burnt Hills     0 20  9  9 — 38
Saratoga    18 13 14 12 — 57
Three-point goals: Clayton 3, Hromada 2, Jameson, Hart, Holmes, Lawton 3, Steingraber.

COLONIAL COUNCIL
COHOES 70, RAVENA 66 (OT)
COHOES
Cyrus 6-1-14, Daniels 6-9-24, Lasure 2-1-5, Milligan 2-2-6, Powers 2-0-5, Smith 1-0-2, Snyder 4-1-12, Vartefeville 1-0-2. Totals: 24-14-70.
RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK
Bianchino 2-0-6, Boomhower 3-2-9, Greenwood 1-2-4, McMullen 3-3-9, Racey 3-4-10, Reif 6-2-19, Sorensen 3-1-9. Totals: 21-14-66.
Cohoes               11 13 8 23 15 — 70
Ravena               11  6 9 29 11 — 66
Three-point goals: Cyrus, Daniels 3, Powers, Snyder 3, Bianchino 2, Boomhower, Reif 5, Sorensen 2.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 61, SOUTH GLENS FALLS 54
SOUTH GLENS FALLS
Maniacek 2-2-7, Maziejka 6-5-18, Becerril 3-0-6, Schrammel 1-0-2, Keenan 1-0-2, Baldwin 0-1-1, Amberger 6-0-12, Nolan 2-0-4, Patton 1-0-2. Totals: 22-8-54.
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE
Freschette 2-0-5, Caldwell 1-0-3, Corker 14-3-31, Frisoni 2-0-4, Hacker 1-0-3, Barrera 2-1-7, Merola 1-0-2, LaMorta 2-2-6. Totals: 25-6-61.
SGF    11 13 18 12 — 54
Scotia    12 17 20 12 — 61
Three-point goals: Maniacek, Maziejka, Freschette, Caldwell, Hacker, Barrera 2.

WASAREN LEAGUE
GREENWICH 48, STILLWATER 44
STILLWATER
Galarneau 1-1-3, McNeil 10-1-21, Monast 3-2-10, Seymour 1-0-3, Travis 3-1-7. Totals: 18-5-44.
GREENWICH
James 3-0-7, Mosher 7-1-16, Pemrick 6-4-16, Smith 2-0-4, Walsh 2-1-5. Totals: 20-6-48.
Stillwater    6  6 22 10 — 44
Greenwich    7 11 13 17 — 48
Three-point goals: Monast 2, Seymour, James, Mosher.

ADIRONDACK LEAGUE
CORINTH 48, WARRENSBURG 43
WARRENSBURG
Bailey 1-1-3, D. Kelly 1-0-2, J. Kelly 3-4-13, MacDuff 7-4-18, Ross 3-0-7. Totals: 15-9-43.
CORINTH
Dumas 3-0-6, Guilder 1-0-3, Moses 5-1-12, Tedesco 6-2-15, Wood 6-0-12. Totals: 21-3-48.
Warrensburg    11 12  6 14 — 43
Corinth    15  9 16  8 — 48
Three-point goals: J. Kelly 3, Ross, Guilder, Moses, Tedesco.

GIRLS
Shenendehowa topped Mohonasen 76-32 for a Suburban Council win.

Alexandra Tudor led the Plainsmen with 14 points, while Cameron Tooley added 11 on three 3-pointers.

Julie Okoniewski scored 22 points to lead Bethlehem past Troy 69-33.

Alaina Holmes led the Flying Horses with 13 points.

Saratoga Springs defeated Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 67-29.

Kerry Flaherty recorded 16 points for the Blue Streaks. Dolly Cairns tallied 13.

Stephanie Jankovic’s 23-point performance led Averill Park over Shaker 59-48.

Julia DeBeatham recorded 15 points for the Blue Bison.

Niskayuna scored a 52-47 win over Ballston Spa.

Tyra O’Meally-Turnbull led the Silver Warriors with 16 points, while Ivy Owens added 14, and Natalie Prian contributed 13.

In the Colonial Council, Watervliet beat Ichabod Crane 39-34.

Meghan Murray and Sheila Caminiti each scored nine points for the Cannonneers.

Sam Dayter’s 20 points propelled Cohoes past Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 46-36.

South Glens Falls earned a Foothills Council win over Scotia-Glenville 46-40.

Mackenzie Collier tallied 23 points for the Bulldogs, while Megan Charnews was Scotia’s leading-scorer with 12.

Warrensburg defeated Corinth in the Adirondack League 62-30.

Sara Langworthy scored 15 points for the Burghers. Megan Hughes added 13.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
SHENENDEHOWA 76, MOHONASEN 32
SHENENDEHOWA
Walker 2-2-6, Almeida 3-4-10, Huerter 2-1-5, Wagoner 4-2-10, Gillooley 3-0-6, Milham 1-0-2, Watrobsky 1-0-2, Tooley 4-0-11, Drum 4-0-8, Tudor 7-0-14, Slepsky 1-0-2. Totals: 21-9-76.
MOHONASEN
Fasolino 1-0-3, Caldwell 2-0-4, Vumbaco 3-0-6, Hopkins 1-0-3, Purzycki 1-0-2, Lott 3-7-14. Totals: 13-7-32.
Shenendehowa    13 25 25 13 — 76
Mohonasen    11  0  7 14 — 32
Three-point goals: Fasolino, Hopkins, Lott, Tooley 3.

BETHLEHEM 69, TROY 33
BETHLEHEM
LaClair 2-0-4, Okoniewski 9-4-22, Ma. Kirby 3-0-7, Huang 2-0-4, Hughes 2-0-5, Mo. Kirby 5-3-13, Gibbons 1-0-2, Williams 6-0-12. Totals: 30-7-69.
TROY
Valenti 2-0-6, George 1-0-2, Alarcon 1-2-4, Brown 2-1-6, Holmes 6-0-13, George 1-0-2. Totals: 13-3-33.
Troy     9 15  4  5 — 33
Bethlehem    21 10 24 14 — 69
Three-point goals: Valenti 2, Brown, Holmes, Ma. Kirby, Hughes.

SARATOGA SPRINGS 67, BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 29
SARATOGA SPRINGS
E. McGinn 1-0-3, Cairns 4-2-13, Vamvalis 1-0-3, Flaherty 4-7-16, Rutz 0-3-3, Crossett 1-0-2, Gennoy 2-1-5, A. McGinn 0-1-1, LaFountain 1-0-2, Woldring 0-2-2, Barringer 3-5-11, Ray 0-1-1, Lahart 0-2-2. Totals: 17-24-67.
BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE
Karl 2-0-4, Hanson 1-0-2, Ramos 0-2-2, Morrison 2-0-4, Walsh 1-4-6, Anderson 0-2-2, Pollard 1-2-5, Chevalci 1-0-2, Solomon 1-0-2. Totals: 9-10-29.
Saratoga    19 18 15 15 — 67
Burnt Hills     7  1 10 11 — 29
Three-point goals: E. McGinn, Cairns 3, Vamvalis, Flaherty, Pollard.

AVERILL PARK 59, SHAKER 48
SHAKER
M. Malicki 3-0-7, J. DeBeatham 4-6-15, McCarthy 1-0-3, Sanford 5-3-14, H. Malicki 3-0-7, L. DeBeatham 1-0-2. Totals: 17-9-48.
AVERILL PARK
S. Jankovic 7-7-23, Wood 1-0-2, Morgan 3-2-9, M. Wood 2-3-7, K. Wood 7-2-16, Klley 1-0-2. Totals: 21-14-59.
Shaker    20 11  2 15 — 48
Averill Park     9 20 12 18 — 59
Three-point goals: M. Malicki, J. DeBeatham, McCarthy, Sanford, H. Malicki, S. Jankovic 2, Morgan.

NISKAYUNA 52, BALLSTON SPA 47
NISKAYUNA
Hamilton 3-1-7, O’Meally-Turnbull 8-0-16, Owens 6-2-14, Prian 5-2-13, Reffelt 1-0-2. Totals: 23-5-52.
BALLSTON SPA
Campion 1-0-2, Cowsette 1-2-5, Delaney 2-3-7, DeVito 3-1-8, Gold 2-3-7, Howard 2-0-4, McMahon 4-0-9, Nitchman 2-0-4, Sgambati 0-1-1. Totals: 17-10-47.
Niskayuna    13 10 15 14 — 52
Ballston Spa    11  7 11 18 — 47
Three-point goals: Prian, Cowsette, DeVito, McMahon.

COLONIAL COUNCIL
WATERVLIET 39, ICHABOD CRANE 34
WATERVLIET
Joyner 1-0-2, Malilonaole 0-3-3, Soroka 2-0-5, Milligan 3-2-8, Murray 3-3-9, Caminiti 4-1-9, Camballeo 1-1-3. Totals: 14-10-39.
ICHABOD CRANE
Zlomekl 1-0-2, Kowalski 0-2-2, Paul 2-2-6, Verbraska 1-0-2, Graham 4-0-11, Grace 2-0-4, Duso 3-1-7. Totals: 14-5-34.
Watervliet    13 6  7 13 — 39
Ichabod Crane     8 8 11  7 — 34
Three-point goals: Soroka, Graham 3.

COHOES 46, RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 36
RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK
Dewsbury 1-0-2, Engel 0-1-1, Hotaling 3-1-8, Hyer 4-0-8, Jones 3-1-7, McNelly 2-0-6, Polverelli 2-0-4. Totals: 15-3-36.
COHOES
Blizinski 1-0-2, Dayer 8-3-20, Hansbury 3-0-9, Huneau 2-3-8, Johnson 1-0-2, Monson 1-0-3, Walker 1-0-2. Totals: 17-6-346.
Ravena    11  7  3 15 — 36
Cohoes     9 18 13  6 — 46
Three-point goals: Hotaling, McNelly 2, Dayer, Hansbury 3, Huneau, Monson.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
SOUTH GLENS FALLS 46, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 40
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE
Brown 1-0-3, Charnews 5-2-12, Geniti 0-1-1, Mitchell 2-2-7, Palleschi 1-0-2, Porter 0-4-4, Winney 5-1-11. Totals: 14-10-40.
SOUTH GLENS FALLS
Bovair 1-0-2, Breen 0-3-3, Buser 1-0-2, Collier 8-5-23, Palmer 1-1-3, Ruby 1-2-4, Shaw 3-3-9. Totals: 15-14-46.
Scotia    10 11  8 11 — 40
SGF    16  6 12 12 — 46
Three-point goals: Brown, Mitchell, Collier 2.

ADIRONDACK LEAGUE
WARRENSBURG 62, CORINTH 30
CORINTH
Allen 1-0-3, Carney 2-1-7, Dockum 3-0-6, Plummer 3-0-8, Robarge 2-0-6. Totals: 11-1-30.
WARRENSBURG
Baker 1-0-2, Binder 1-0-2, Boland 4-2-12, Curtis 1-0-2, Hughes 6-1-13, Langworthy 6-0-15, Raymond 4-0-8, Ab. Smith-Ranous 0-3-3, Au. Smith-Ranous 2-0-5. Totals: 25-3-62.
Corinth    12  7  3 8 — 30
Warrensburg    26 21 13 2 — 62
Three-point goals: Allen, Carney 2, Plummer 2, Robarge 2, Boland 2, Langworthy 3, Au. Smith-Ranous.

9

675 S Broadway
Denver, CO80209
(303) 778-6625

This is the restaurant inside the culinary program at The Art Institute school. The menu offers a choice of three appetizers, entrees and deserts - $16. Each quarter the menu has a different theme. The taste of the food was delicious; the presentation superb. Had I a picture of my plate you'd think it was French nouvelle but I had borscht and stroganoff -- very Russian. Excellent. I was with a group. Among us we had all of the menu items; everyone liked all. We will be going back every quarter. The restaurant is in the building west of the large parking lot. The signage is not great along Broadway. Just look for the canopy awning; that is the entrance.

What a fun lunch experience. Menus are set for the system. 3 course meal for only $12, not including beverages. There were 4 choices for each course. I did the seared scallop, steak and egg, and we got a sample of all the desserts. All the staff and chefs are culinary students learning their fields. They do take reservations, but not always necessary. There were only a few tables dining today.

5-stars for their service, value, and being a cooking school, perhaps it goes without saying, the food! These student chefs are obviously well on their way to graduating with honors. Assignments has a fancy atmosphere, offering the white-tablecloth experience, but without being stuffy. The students are eager to practice their steps of service - and the entire staff works as a team. You almost feel like you're sitting at the Downton Abbey dinner table because the timing for each course is perfectly orchestrated and you're waited on hand and foot. When we arrived, the lead instructor welcomed us with friendly conversation and also asked us if we were under any time constraints for the lunch hour. We planned for a longer lunch, but we were in and out in little over an hour. Don't go here if you have only an hour - I'm sure they can make it happen, but it's the type of place that you'll want to relax and not look at the clock. They excel at the details: fancy napkin "skirts" around the soup bowls (which are filled at the table), butter in the shapes of flowers, even catching water drips from the carafe with white-starched napkins. They basically follow all of the steps of service you'd expect at a fancy restaurant, except for tablecloth scraping, which I don't usually care for anyway. I mentioned value...it's very reasonably priced, but more like a steal. Where else in Denver can you get a 3-course lunch for $12, a 4-course dinner for $21? Drinks are not included. Our waiter noted that they have unusual hours - open Weds - Friday, and they close at intervals that would seem random if you weren't familiar with the place being a culinary school. They suggest making a reservation, and I'm glad we made one as the restaurant was quite full. The portions are just right. You won't likely leave with a doggie-bag. My favorite dish was a wild-mushroom minestrone which had an very rich and savory broth. I also had a divine caramel pudding with a pine-nut macaroon on the side. Yes, dessert is included and the dessert portions were very large. Overall, every course we had was delicious, well-seasoned, and was a lot fancier than your average weekday lunch. My office is nearby, so I'll definitely be back!

The interest of dining at Assignments prior to going was very high. My thoughts were similar to the thoughts of going to a Hair School: fresh product, cheap cost, and great service. After all, Assignments (or any culinary school) is giving culinary students the opportunity to practice in a real dining environment to earn a grade. However, I found my time spent at Assignments a complete mess of 3 hours on a Friday night. First thing you should know - don't go here expecting to be wined & dined... literally. Assignments does not offer any alcoholic beverages, so I settled with an Iced Chai. Or should I say, the most watered down creamy substance that had a bare taste of chai tea? Second thing - be prepared to receive your neighbor's order after 45 minutes of waiting and 15 excuses to follow. Different than a Hair School, where the heck are the teachers? And by teachers I mean instructors to pull these students aside and teach them what to say for damage control and what not to say. I don't want to hear "Oh, I'm sorry your salad didn't have cheese. Your salad was actually supposed to go to that table" while pointing at a table on the other side of the room AND my salad was not the only salad at our table of 4 missing the cheese in the first place. A white lie in the restaurant business can make or break a ticket - but don't blatantly lie when no one received cheese or dressing on their salads. Additional, be prepared for side arguments between the students. They look at each other on how to serve the plates, they point at which side to serve the plates, and they bicker about not serving the plates correctly. Again, the purpose of Assignments is to learn the front and back of the house - not just about getting the food out hot. I don't want to hear "that's wrong!" or "what" as a response when I ask a question, and "yeah" is not a good answer to an open-ended question. Lastly, my tips for Assignments-goers: 1) for the first course - get the duck; but ask for the ricotta to be served with the duck. This dish was incredible once I stole my neighbor's ricotta to accompany it. 2) I am not a fan of onions, but the onion vinaigrette is delicious.. once I got it! 3) the portions are small, but they are flavorful. And let's be real, America could warm-up to smaller portions at dinner, in general. 4) the dessert that reads "tart" - note that it is nothing more than a super-sweet sugar cookie bottom. 5) do not dine here if you have post-dinner commitments. The dessert alone took 34 minutes to come out and the menu is PREFIX!!! I will likely never go to Assignments again, but I think everyone should try it at least once - for the experience and to help the students learn. That said, I don't expect them to truly learn when the majority of people dining there are family members AND they fail to hand out survey cards to give feedback. I dined there in July and I am just now writing this because I have considered if I should or not. Is it fair to review a group of students on a public site?? Well, they didn't really leave me an option now did they...

This is a very interesting restaurant as it staffed by students. Yes, they are supervised by their teachers, but you do get some real "entertainment" when eating here. In our experience, the food is always very good to fabulous. Creative dishes and the student chefs go all out. The service is hit or miss. If you go at the beginning of the term, then the servers are very nervous (terrified is a better term) and you have to be kind to them. They are much better at working the front of the house at the end of the term. But, strong or weak, they are friendly and fun to work with. Every lunch we have ever eaten here has been enjoyable. P.S. ALWAYS call before you go. They close during school vacations. They change their operating hours all the time.

I had lunch at Assignments Restaurant on Jan 26, 2012. Ended up in the ER with food poisoning. Left 2 messages at the restaurant to check if someone else had had the same issues. No one called back. I would not recommend this restaurant and for sure will never go back!

I'm granting five stars because, overall: What a really neat experience!!! Go here with having fun in mind and you'll love it. Not so much a first-date place, but the absolute PERFECT place for you and a friend or three...(ok, OR the date you've seen a few times and thought "alright, we're diggin' each other so let's hit some fun places...") From what I understand, they rotate out and share the "server" part so this would explain whey your server might be nervous. Ours was a bit, but she was awesome! Be very nice to them, as I really don't think the focus is as much on the waiting tables part as it is being a chef - and this makes sense...to me, anyway. Now, let's move on the the food. It was OUTSTANDING! The menu changes quarterly but on the Winter 2011 menu - I had a steak that came with Gorgonzola cheese, hand cut fries and home-made steak sauce. It was perfectly tender and I SWEAR that I would have drank that sauce right out of a cup. I will definitely return to try some other things on the menu that were of interest and I hear they serve lunch too. Check it out!

So I booked us a table this past Valentines Day, we had never been before. I had heard about the premise of the restaurant, and thought that it would be fun. I mean sure, there are naturally some reservations (ha)....student employees...the food is cheap (literally...$21 for 4 courses)...so there are definitely ways that this experiment could go wrong. However, the staff all had perfect timing, and every course was really very delicious. I have had only a few better meals at "normal" restaurants, and MANY that have been worse. In addition, it was really quite fun to watch the students and instructors. We had a great Valentine's dinner...we'll definitely be back!

Our family came here for his birthday. My son is a cook in the military and we loved the four course meal. All the meals were delicious and well prepared. The unison service was a little weird because we weren't use to it, but all in all everything was amazing.

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