This is a typical Sports Bar that is ever so popular these days. We came here at the recommendation of someone we had a business transaction with. It is located below the main floor in the Gaylord. We were seated promptly and orders were taken for our drinks, they were delivered quickly. My husband ordered the burger, it came with a tiny order of shoestring ff and spicy pickles. I asked the server about the grilled chicken breast sandwich with a Jerk sauce, he said it was a little spicy but very good, this also comes with ff and more spicy pickles I had asked him to have the bun toasted when he took the order, the sandwich arrived without the bun. But, they did make good on that and delivered a toasted bun a little later. The sauce was so hot and spicy I had to scrape it off, even then it had too much heat, you could not enjoy the chicken because you could not taste it. I told the waiter about this and he said he would ask the chef to tone it down. The service was ok except when it came time to get the bill, the server was hard to track down, even though the restaurant was not busy. It took even longer to pay the bill. The meal was ok, nothing special. The restaurant was very clean and lighting was good. The prices seemed high...the entire bill for this was $34.00. I probably would not go back there for several reasons: the sports bar theme has been done to death, the portions are small and the prices are high.
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