Now, not only do chefs have to be on top of their game, so do the servers, he said. That’s why everybody gets a constant refresher course on the food at Lottinvilles — because the customers demand it.
Which isn’t to say the food is out-of-reach for regular folks. It’s good food, cooked well, and even if you don’t have a gourmet palette, you’ll find something to love, Jones said.
House-made potato chips accompany a wide selection of delicious sandwiches, including a jalapeno cheeseburger ($10) and a piled-high Cuban ($9).
And for those looking for lighter fare, the restaurant has a fresh fish special every day and the cooks are encouraged to make food that is both irresistible and calorie-sensible.
Newly relocated from their classic log cabin to a gorgeous building at 801 Signal Ridge Dr., Jones said Lottinvilles is looking to build on a decade of success by put customers’ tastes at the forefront.
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday
5 to 10 p.m. Saturday
10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday