The Irma Restaurant inside the Irma Hotel has lots of historical character. They have a full menu as well as a dinner buffet. The buffet selections were okay, but not great in my opinion. The sliced to order prime rib was very tender. The oysters rockefeller was just a pile of oyster stuffing in a deep chafing dish that was warm, but not hot. The mashed potatoes and gravy seemed very industrial food service quality. The waitress was friendly and attentive. It was fun to see the historic cherrywood bar there too. They had nice musicians playing for awhile.
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