Maybe I'm reading this wrong out of my own bias in favor of the place or I just have a different internal sense of the star system, but I really don't get it.
Sounded like there were aspects of Bauer's dining experience that warranted some demerits.
But the quality of the praise that was eloquently and deservedly rendered surely seems to translate to more than two stars for the food and two and a half over-all (I might dip down to the "one" or "one-and-a-half" range for service--the rating that that pulled down the over-all score--if the server, say, spilled hot soup all over my dining companion and shrugged his shoulders and went out for a smoke).
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