The bacon-wrapped scallops were delicious, and we looked forward to entrees in the dining room. Great table, not very busy on a weeknight...the tablecloth had a smear of butter along the edge "from lunch" - rather than have them reset the table, I just tucked the cloth over itself under the glass. Salads were fresh if not memorable. Hubby got seafood alfredo/fettucini. The sause appeared runny & thin, though he said it was "tasty." I got the beef filet. I anticipated a great grilled piece of buttery tender beef, but it arrived in a pasta bowl covered with a bourdalais sauce. The sides were a mound of mashed potatoes and a southwestern mix of vegetables. I don't recall such a description on the menu, and the competing flavors were exaggerated and really dulled the enjoyment of a nice grilled steak. If you're a purist, ask them to hold the sauces! I am a local, and really hate to say the meal was just average - I remember this fine old hotel from childhood - but that's how we felt about the last couple of meals we've had here. It's a lovely view, and the main hotel still holds a 50's welcome. But they need to dust around the bar, and be more attentive about their table settings/floor/dining room being clean. Otherwise, patrons will (and do) wonder about how the food is being prepared.
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