Cute place tucked into a back corner at the Pruneyard. For the most part, the food was quite good and it came to the table pretty quickly. We started with an appetizer sampler and all components were very good. Mixed drinks from the bar were terrible - their bartender had no idea what they were doing. The biggest disappointment was our server. She didn't know the specials, couldn't describe them and actually sent us out the door to read the board. She took our order and then came back to tell us they were out of one of the entrees and it was only 6 pm, so she should have known. We ordered a bottle of wine, which turned out to be a half bottle that had a screw-off top, which she just placed on the table unopened with the two glasses and left us to fend for ourselves. She came back to the table nearly every five minutes to ask us if we were ready to order before we'd even opened our menus, to ask us how everything was before we'd even had a chance to take a bite of our entrees, and way too many times during the meal. She cleared plates as people finished rather than wait for everyone to finish. She brought dessert menus but failed to tell us they were out of two of the five options. She didn't ask if anyone wanted coffee. She brought the check before we asked for it and before she asked if we wanted anything else and then she tried to take the check before we even opened it. While I could understand (even if I don't appreciate) some of this behavior if the place was packed and they were trying to turn the table, the place was maybe 50% full and we were the largest party there. If the drinks were good, we would have ordered more. If we weren't rushed, we would have stayed longer and drank more. Definitely a lost revenue opportunity for the restaurant because of this server.