You can sit in the grand Driskill atrium/lobby or outside. Most entrees were about $12-14. Service was adequate, but not exceptional. I had Green Eggs and Ham, which was good - particularly the eggs and green chiles, but it also reminded me why I don't like tough pork chops. My wife's huevos rancheros however were a tasty artistic marvel - built as a square tower of food, and I wish that I had ordered as she did, which is so often the case.
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