Made a reservation for dinner. When we got there we were told we could sit upstairs on the outside patio if we preferred. We were not told at all, however, that the upstairs dining area was more so a bar that you could order food at and not like the sit down and eat set up on the regular dining floor. We went upstairs and waited for about 5-10 minutes for menus, realizing that we had to go to the bar to order. The bartender seemed uninterested in helping us with menu questions. Additionally, we were not told that the cocktails served at the regular dining level were not offered upstairs. If I had been told that we would not be waited on nor would the same offerings be included upstairs, we would have dined on the main floor. Additionally, the food was fairly average. We ordered a tater tots with caviar dish. I was not shocked to see what was clearly imitation caviar, but the "caviar" was served in a tiny portion on the tip of a spoon separate from the tater tots. Most of the small portion of caviar ended up spilling instead of making it onto the tots. Additionally, the tots were very plain, tasting like dry, overcooked Ore Ida frozen tater tots. The other dishes we ordered were average, but I was again disappointed that we had to take care of ourselves essentially, and that the cocktail menu was not offered at the upstairs bar. The rooftop is nice so I may return for a drink sometime, but I doubt I will come back to eat here.