Annata Wine Bar

★★★★☆
  • 216 Bellevue Ave

    Hammonton, NJ 08037

    Map & Directions
  • 609-704-9797

About Annata Wine Bar

Hours
Sun 4pm-9pm, Tue-Thu 11am-11pm, Fri 11am-2am, Sat 1pm-2am

Food

Food
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We have heard mixed reviews on this "Wine Bar" and wanted to try ourselves.... I had heard and read the food/wine was good, but service was bad. I made a 6pm reservation for three people, when we arrived the restaurant was fairly empty.

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★★★★★

We have heard mixed reviews on this "Wine Bar" and wanted to try ourselves.... I had heard and read the food/wine was good, but service was bad. I made a 6pm reservation for three people, when we arrived the restaurant was fairly empty.

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Annata doesn't claim to be anything more than a wine bar on an old, hopeful for a genisis, avenue that may not ever see it. The atmosphere of the place is fantastic, from street view, kind of a run down Haddonfield, to the interior,

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★★★★★

Annata doesn't claim to be anything more than a wine bar on an old, hopeful for a genisis, avenue that may not ever see it. The atmosphere of the place is fantastic, from street view, kind of a run down Haddonfield, to the interior,

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A lovely evening out with friends last Saturday night was ruined by a very rude employee of the Annata Wine Bar. Two of us traveled from the Cherry Hill/ Philadelphia area solely to try Annata. Our reservations were at 6:00 pm and we were seated promptly at a beautiful table with comfortable chairs overlooking the center of town. The waitress was very welcoming and told us to take our time looking over the wine list and the menu. She asked us if it was our first time visiting Annata and since it was she offered us her recommendations. We enjoyed a bottle of wine and a few of the tapas dishes and thought everything was fantastic. As we were finishing our meal we were even making plans for when we could all return. Our waitress brought our check out, put it on the table and told us to take our time. The check was for $103.00 and we left the waitress a 20% + tip. The credit card receipt read 8:03 pm. As we were finishing our water at approximately 8:10 pm a woman came over to our table from the bar area. She rudely told us, and I quote ??Hi, Ladies. A couple of us over at the bar were playing rock, paper, and scissors as to who was going to come over and say this as diplomatically as possible. We??re going to have to ask you to leave because we have other people waiting for the table and they are very angry and about to walk out. But, thanks for coming in.? Never in my life have I ever been as embarrassed as I was at that very moment, mainly because the tables were close enough together that the other diners heard this ordeal. Here we were wrapping up a fun night and talking about what a nice, relaxing meal we had so needless to say we were absolutely taken off guard by this rude gesture. I understand if other people were waiting for our table but there was a way handle to handle the situation without being rude and condescending. My friend works in Philadelphia in public relations and made the point that this woman could have kindly moved us to the bar area and offered us a round of drinks and we would have never been embarrassed and probably wouldn??t have even noticed the difference. I don??t feel like two hours is an excess amount of time to be in an upscale wine bar sharing a tapas menu, especially when we were told numerous times by our waitress to take our time. I??ve dined in substantially more upscale establishments than this and I have never been made to feel so unwelcomed and disrespected in my life. In an economy such as ours, they are lucky to have people eating in their restaurant and should think twice how they treat their customers. I will never visit Annata again and will be sure to spread the word to all of my friends, family and colleagues.

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★☆☆☆☆

A lovely evening out with friends last Saturday night was ruined by a very rude employee of the Annata Wine Bar. Two of us traveled from the Cherry Hill/ Philadelphia area solely to try Annata. Our reservations were at 6:00 pm and we were seated promptly at a beautiful table with comfortable chairs overlooking the center of town. The waitress was very welcoming and told us to take our time looking over the wine list and the menu. She asked us if it was our first time visiting Annata and since it was she offered us her recommendations. We enjoyed a bottle of wine and a few of the tapas dishes and thought everything was fantastic. As we were finishing our meal we were even making plans for when we could all return. Our waitress brought our check out, put it on the table and told us to take our time. The check was for $103.00 and we left the waitress a 20% + tip. The credit card receipt read 8:03 pm. As we were finishing our water at approximately 8:10 pm a woman came over to our table from the bar area. She rudely told us, and I quote ??Hi, Ladies. A couple of us over at the bar were playing rock, paper, and scissors as to who was going to come over and say this as diplomatically as possible. We??re going to have to ask you to leave because we have other people waiting for the table and they are very angry and about to walk out. But, thanks for coming in.? Never in my life have I ever been as embarrassed as I was at that very moment, mainly because the tables were close enough together that the other diners heard this ordeal. Here we were wrapping up a fun night and talking about what a nice, relaxing meal we had so needless to say we were absolutely taken off guard by this rude gesture. I understand if other people were waiting for our table but there was a way handle to handle the situation without being rude and condescending. My friend works in Philadelphia in public relations and made the point that this woman could have kindly moved us to the bar area and offered us a round of drinks and we would have never been embarrassed and probably wouldn??t have even noticed the difference. I don??t feel like two hours is an excess amount of time to be in an upscale wine bar sharing a tapas menu, especially when we were told numerous times by our waitress to take our time. I??ve dined in substantially more upscale establishments than this and I have never been made to feel so unwelcomed and disrespected in my life. In an economy such as ours, they are lucky to have people eating in their restaurant and should think twice how they treat their customers. I will never visit Annata again and will be sure to spread the word to all of my friends, family and colleagues.

Pros: GOOD FOOD, GOOD WINE

Cons: RUDE STAFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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