We got to the restaurant on a Sunday night. Not very busy but were informed that they had a lack of servers but they would accomodate us. When we got the menus we were a little shocked at the prices but thought wow they must be serving great meals like Holiday Acres in Rhinelander. Not so, I ordered lasagna. Being Italian I did not not appreciate the acidity of the almost raw tomato sauce. It was supposed to have a parmesan bechamel sauce also. A dried up shaving of cheese with no bechamel. Shrimp fettucinne was very good. My friend ordered a beef sanwich. This is no joke I asked if that was pieces of cheese in it and she replied "No fat." and had to pick them out. Portions were OK but value tyo price was not there. Salads were iceberg, I ordered a caesar at extra cost to get romaine, turned out to be a bagged mix. We will not be going back anytime soon. The bill for 3 people was $80, for 2 dinners and a sandwich.
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