Service was horrible and food was disappointing.
Our waitress was awesome!
Took quite a while to get our food even though it was mid-week and there was only 3 of us at our table and not a packed house. Food was good though and waitstaff was friendly.
With no other customers in the Bar it took 35 minutes to receive a very average cheese burger with a "cold" toasted bun, hmmmmm.
I was disappointed because I was anticipating the chance to experience some exotic meats. With that no longer an option, its just another sports bar.
We always prefer booths, but you had none. The tall table bases blocked being able to move our feet and the seats were very uncomfortable. The tall chairs made our butts numb. But, I guess the ammenities are for young people who walk around? Our ages were 44, 67 & 87.
No exotic meats for burgers like it had advertised.
Hang in there times are tough right now but it will get better...
I had a special request and they were very accomodating. I liked the way they treated me and were happy to help me out.
From Our Editors
At The Black Market, the day's prices slither across a sprawling stock ticker on the wall. But the restaurant's hardwood floors aren't filled with traders, they're filled with diners hoping to catch a discount on a meal or a few drinks. Prices change in accordance with popularity, and the wait staff is trained to haggle if guests have an itch to barter. Families can sink teeth into signature barbecue-chicken sandwiches or burgers with specialty exotic meats, including kangaroo, alpaca, yak, and lion. The late-night crowd packs the floor during DJ sets, much like night traders at the stock exchange.
The Black Market