Nice atmosphere, if you are seated near the lake and waterfall; sort of plain if you are seated so far from the lake that you cannot see the video show. Don't expect to be moved to a better table, even for desert, in order to see the video show; not that sort of caring service.
Ridiculously overpriced wine selections on two dozen page wine menu with three and four digit priced wines; only about 6 wines under $100; a walk around the restaurant of maybe 60 to 80 tables revealed only 7 tables with a bottle of wine. Obviously customers are voting with their wallet.
Limited menu. Very expensive. No T-bone steak available. No baked potato available. Beef tender prime, but my bone-in ribeye had been soaked in a overly salty au jus; another person at our table had her veal chop covered with a strange tasing sauce that wasn't mentioned on the menu. Avoid the black truffle corn: ours had some black slip one half inch in diameter (truffle? black olive?) and the corn filled with truffle oil; unedible; turned back to waiter immediately, but still appeared on bill; the waiter said that he "meant" to take it off. No interesting deserts.
Service mechanical, not intuitive. Large restaurant with lots of business. Don't bother.
As Yogi Berra once said: "Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded."
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