It definitely wasn't a kid friendly place. The view was gorgeous and the setting would make for a great date night. However the food was very pricey and not that good at all. Even with our Groupon deal we still paid a good amount of money out of pocket. Our waitress was very good, but she apparently misquoted us when she told us that we could get a particular salad as a side dish. Then we she brought us our bill, she had put her own cash with it to cover the difference of what she misquoted us because she said that they were really strict about that kind of stuff and wouldn't let her remove the full price salad. All in all, I definitely wouldn't go back.
The service was almost too fast, with us not finishing one course before the next arrived. It wasn't a big deal, but just gave us a briefer experience than would have been ideal. The prices were very reasonable for the quality of food served.
They need more signs thru out the complex to guide folks to their entrance. It took us ten minutes to find the place.
Family of four, no one liked their dinner. Way over priced for mediocre food
Wasn't worth $30/person for a buffet. Unlikely to come back... at least any time soon. Thankfully, even though I didn't get a reservation, we were able to get a seat rapidly, though we didn't have a view of the lake. Service to get a seat was terrible but once we were seated, it was very good.
We went on a Tuesday night and the service was great, cocktails were new and fun (Fire n Ice), the food delicious, waite staff attentive and an all around great evening. Middle of the week and no crowds made me want to do more of that and spend weekends at home to recharge!
We had brunch and it was only so so.....disappointed and hungry when we left.
Service was great. Really enjoyed music and happy hour was great and may have had the best Mojito ever. The Calamari was unbelievable - best I ever had.
Consider making the green chile mac and cheese with scallops and shrimp a permanent dish on your menu.
Good luck in a difficult economy. Kudos to the chef!
From Our Editors
Under the direction of Chef Morris Buck, diners are treated to culinary delights every night such as crispy Statler chicken, served with green chili mashed potatoes, or pan roasted duck with a blueberry demi-glaze. Servers then transport this hearty, seasonal cuisine across hardwood floors, stepping to the swinging notes of live jazz bands.
Though sunset is the perfect time to drink in the patio’s glorious views with a glass of wine in hand, the staff doesn’t neglect its earlier visitors. Brunch serves up both sweets such as maple-drizzled, toasted challah and savories such as Texas skillets with potatoes o'brien, sausages, biscuits, gravy and eggs.