We were in town for a show at the nearby Kravis Center, and friends chose this restaurant for us to meet at. It's hidden in the back of the Marriott Hotel, but once found, it's not a bad joint. We ate early, so the staff weren't at full strength, and the room had a not-quite-open-for-business feel. A glass of house wine ($9) at the bar gave us time to assemble our party, and the meal was excellent. I had to wade through some showy dishes to find a more basic entree for my simple tastes, and was utlimately very pleased with a a lots-of-adjectives roast chicken. Others loved their meals as well; no complaints other than somewhat inattentive service.
Tip: if the weather is decent, walk to the Travis Center if you're ther for an event. Getting there in a car from the restaaurant is difficult, and once there parking is the worst nightmare I've ever seen. It's a 5-minute walk.
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