Renaissance Cafe

★★☆☆☆

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Sun 7am-3pm, Mon-Thu 7am-7pm, Fri-Sat 7am-9pm

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The owner is a terrible, rude, jerk who lies to customers about the price of her food.
We called ahead to verify that our coupon would be accepted. Before we ordered our food, we gave the coupon to the waitress. While we were eating, the owner came in. (She was loud and rude, and completely interrupted our meal with her complaining and laughing with her husband and staff) The waitress asked the owner about the coupon, and the owner refused to honor it. The waitress reminded the owners that we had called ahead to confirm we could use it. But, she just said too bad. This whole conversation was had IN FRONT OF US. Never once did the owner apologize to us (or the waitress). She didn't seem to care at all. She didn't even look at us!
The food was adequate. But, in no way was worth the terrible experience or treatment we received. I would never patronize this place again, coupon or no coupon.

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★☆☆☆☆

The owner is a terrible, rude, jerk who lies to customers about the price of her food.
We called ahead to verify that our coupon would be accepted. Before we ordered our food, we gave the coupon to the waitress. While we were eating, the owner came in. (She was loud and rude, and completely interrupted our meal with her complaining and laughing with her husband and staff) The waitress asked the owner about the coupon, and the owner refused to honor it. The waitress reminded the owners that we had called ahead to confirm we could use it. But, she just said too bad. This whole conversation was had IN FRONT OF US. Never once did the owner apologize to us (or the waitress). She didn't seem to care at all. She didn't even look at us!
The food was adequate. But, in no way was worth the terrible experience or treatment we received. I would never patronize this place again, coupon or no coupon.

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Food was bland except for the noodles which were heavily salted and garlicky.

Prices were very steep for the quality of food, go to the Munchen Haus down the street, much better food and service and prices.

Also it was mentioned elsewhere from some other reviewers, but are tab was not correct when they tallied it up, they added almost 4 dollars for tax, which didn't make sense, after some haggling the manager agreed and fixed it, but it seems like they are attempting to rip people off.

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★☆☆☆☆

Food was bland except for the noodles which were heavily salted and garlicky.

Prices were very steep for the quality of food, go to the Munchen Haus down the street, much better food and service and prices.

Also it was mentioned elsewhere from some other reviewers, but are tab was not correct when they tallied it up, they added almost 4 dollars for tax, which didn't make sense, after some haggling the manager agreed and fixed it, but it seems like they are attempting to rip people off.

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At the bottom of a short flight of stairs off a side road in the quaint Bavarian village of Leavenworth, the Rennaisance Cafe cuddles like a cat by the radiator. Warm woods and local crafts create a cozy, eclectic nest for locals, hikers, tourists and vacationers to take their ease at trestle tables or a smaller seating. The service is earnestly pleasant and inviting, and the fare among the most remarkably delicious for a moderately limited menu. With offerings ranging from the all-inclusive Curtain Call to the chamoise-on-the-soul Gormley Oats, "The Ren" sees to the needs of its patrons with the nuance of a world class B&B, while serving up local news like the radio show from Northern Exposure. One fall, a couple years back, it began to hail on the street above. Several servers and patrons -- my sprite-like girlfriend among them -- sprinted up the stairs to dance in the weather on the street. Its just that kind of place.

PROS: Overflow seating in an adjacent room. Excellent prices throughout the year.
CONS: Get there early, as the place can fill quickly.

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At the bottom of a short flight of stairs off a side road in the quaint Bavarian village of Leavenworth, the Rennaisance Cafe cuddles like a cat by the radiator. Warm woods and local crafts create a cozy, eclectic nest for locals, hikers, tourists and vacationers to take their ease at trestle tables or a smaller seating. The service is earnestly pleasant and inviting, and the fare among the most remarkably delicious for a moderately limited menu. With offerings ranging from the all-inclusive Curtain Call to the chamoise-on-the-soul Gormley Oats, "The Ren" sees to the needs of its patrons with the nuance of a world class B&B, while serving up local news like the radio show from Northern Exposure. One fall, a couple years back, it began to hail on the street above. Several servers and patrons -- my sprite-like girlfriend among them -- sprinted up the stairs to dance in the weather on the street. Its just that kind of place.

PROS: Overflow seating in an adjacent room. Excellent prices throughout the year.
CONS: Get there early, as the place can fill quickly.

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