I went here for dinner one evening while staying at the Gaylord for a conference. I was alone so asked to be seated in the bar area. I ordered the drunken mussels appetizer as my main dish. They came in a large bowl with a tasty but ordinary broth and several slices of toasted french bread for sopping. The mussels were good for the most part but quite a few were gritty. I suspect they hadn't been washed thoroughly. I ate them anyway. I would have added a salad but they don't offer a side salad on the menu - only large dinner sized. The service was good (although it wasn't busy so I'd expect good service), the menu is ambitious, and the prices are quite high, even for this area, in my opinion. Decor is pub themed and there is seating outside.
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