Service is very good and the breakfast menu has a wide variety of options. Highly recommend getting a side of bacon with anything!
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Enjoyed my lunch there with a friend after a conference had finished. Would highly recommend the restaurant. Lively, good food and excellent service. Not often do you find such an excellent restaurant as part of a hotel.
We decided on this restaurant for our daughters Graduation dinner. It was quaint, quiet and had a pretty diverse menu for everyone. They were very nice about holding my cake ahead of time and decorating the table with items I brought before hand. The service...More
Excellent happy hour - great food and drink prices and quality. The guy on the piano each night was very impressive! The servers both at lunch and happy hour appeared to be a little inexperienced, but all were nice.
...but the bread pudding French toast was exactly that! We would/will drive the 2 hours to eat here again,
We hit their brunch for most holidays. Food is consistent. Service is very good for a serve yourself brunch. Only thing is, we booked at 2:30, and food got started getting scarce in about 45 minutes. Partially our fault, as we waited for some of...More
This is a beautiful restaurant set in an equally beautiful hotel. The problem I have with giving it more than three stars is that sometimes the experience with service and food is excellent and other times it is just okay. I have been at least...More
Thank you for your helpful feedback. We do strive for consistency and candor from frequent guests like yourself helps us maintain our high standards.
They happy hour here can get pretty busy depending on the day...some of this is due to the lodge patrons, and some of it is locals coming in for a good and more upscale happy hour. We went on a recent Wednesday and it was...More
We love going here for dinner and happy hour. For the most part the food is always delicious. However, yesterday we took our family here for brunch for a week late Mother's Day get together. All I have to say is only one person in...More