The food here was quite good, but it wasn't as good as you'd expect for the super-high prices. The experience is fancy, the kind of place with multiple servers tending to your needs, and the kind of place where the entrees don't come with sides -- you have to order (and pay for) them separately. We both got prime rib, which was good, but our short rib appetizer was disappointing, tough and chewy in a way that short ribs really shouldn't be if they're cooked well. Considering the lack of decent places to eat in this area, you could do worse, but it was clearly overpriced for the quality of the food.
Warning: Since this is a Seneca facility, it's sovereign territory, meaning that the state smoking laws don't apply -- there's a smoking section, and plenty of smoking goes on in the rest of the casino as well. You'll probably smell like smoke by the time you get back to your car. :(
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