We visited for both lunch and dinner due to attending an educational seminar being held in the hotel. The food was fresh and very well prepared and the portions were generous. The fried green tomato sandwich was very good and the portobello mushroom fries were crispy and seasoned well. The salads were fresh with more interesting ingredients than most others. The sweet potato gnocchi included a creamy sauce with sauteed wild mushrooms. The food is definitely enjoyable! We found the service to attentive and responsive. We really enjoyed sitting out by the riverwalk and spent two and a half hours over dinner.
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