I have always loved Tom Douglas's restaurants in Seattle, but tonight may have been a turning point. We started out with attentive service, but ended up waiting over an hour between our appetizers and our main courses. A little while after complaining to three staff members our food finally arrived. The lamb, salmon, tuna steak, and tuna tartare were all good, as was the scallop appetizer. The wine list was interesting and the wines by the glass were good. I particularly enjoyed the 2005 Novelty Hill Chardonnay with it's fresh crisp hint of citrus up front followed by oak flavors of vanilla and tropical fruit. The 2005 Foris Pinot Noir was medium bodied with great fruit. The 2004 St Laurent Syrah was big, fruity and pleasant. When the manager finally arrived at our table, her inadequate explanations were that they were busy (aren't Tom Douglas restaurants supposed to be busy in the evening) and that there was "spooky stuff" gong on. We also noticed that the prices have risen considerably and the food has just lost it's edge. The thirty percent discount we got for complaining just brought the prices back in line. The only thing that might lure me back to a Tom Douglas restaurant is the Lamb Tongue at Lola's. If you must go to Etta's, complain loudly if you get bad service, and you, too, might get a thirty percent discount.