We stopped in on a non-Packer Sunday mid-afternoon in a definite lull, although customers picked up while we sat. Dinner in the bar area, plus a little exploration of the dining room, the meeting room and the snug, a little curtained-off round dining table in a corner. Food turned out to be excellent, service was quick and efficient. Price was reasonable. I had the meatloaf, which was simply serendipitous, while wife had the chicken breast with prunes and olives (and tomatoes), and we were enthused by both meals. And this was just the lunch menu. We were told that the restaurant came under new management in the last couple of years, and the chef is doing an excellent job. It seems odd to see it connected to a Holiday Inn Convention Center and have such a good experience.
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