My wife, daughter, sister, brother in law and I decided to eat here for lunch on Family day (during the 'Taste Of Burlington') after looking at the menu online and being intrigued. Funnily enough, the regular menu looked much better and was also CHEAPER than the Taste Of Burlington one... go figure.
Anyways, immediately I knew the place wasn't family friendly. When we walked in, the average age dropped by about 30 years (we're all in our 30's, so do the math).
Two tables made remarks such as (Oh.. look... a family is here) or (Well.. I guess it IS family day).
Whatever, I let it slide, as we were all hungry!
All of our dishes were actually very good, if perhaps a little small. However, after we were finished, no one left hungry.
Our waiter was rather nice, and the woman on the phone with whom I booked the reservation was VERY accommodating, it's just a shame the other patrons weren't.
Just a word of advice, if you plan on going, make sure you do NOT bring kids (which I suppose should be obvious, given it's a 'martini house', however they had a high chair available right when you walk in).
Also, get ready to show your senior citizen card.