The restaurant is large, with what I would call a lot of character, even though it is manufactured. Tiki torches, thatched roof booths, and tables near a gurgling stream give the place a certain charm. Service is crisp and generally attentive. I noticed there were always two hostesses cruising the room, checking on where diners were in their meals, and entering the information onto I Pads. It was somewhat off-putting, like they wanted the table to turn over as quickly as possible. I understand the need to do that, but some discretion would be nice.
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