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After spending the whole day on the road, I was looking forward to relaxing, stretching out, and having a quiet meal.
The restaurant itself (Olivers) was closed, but Baileys (the bar) supposedly had the full menu.
Not off to a good start. Music turned up...More
Food was okay but I've got a feeling it is prepared at Olivers restaurant which is horrendous. Good beer ne well drinks. Karaoke is offered on the weekends and there was also a country western duet. They sang off key and forget audience participation. Just...More
I've been here a few times for karaoke. The host DOES NOT know what she's doing. You will sound bad. Bartenders ignore you if you're not their friends. Tasha is the worst. Rude, pissy and consistently negative. I have given this place several chances to...More
Generous portions of tasty food items and friendly people. Intimate venue and we really enjoyed the music. We stopped in for a bite and ended up staying because we enjoyed the band and atmosphere so much. A welcoming vibe even if everybody doesn't know your...More
Soft lighting, mellow live music, reasonable prices- and the appetizers were very good. Did not have dinner. So many hotels give you a bar as an afterthought.This hotel makes it a priority. Been on the road for 4 weeks - this is the best hotel...More
Full dinner menu in a bar/lounge/pub setting. Country singer was good and not too loud, so table conversation could take place. Performer took requests. Large semi-circular bar. Chef's salad was fresh and came with a choice of dressings. Green chili cheeseburger was huge! If staying...More
Off the lobby of the Grand Vista Hotel. Has a dark English Pub feel. Night I was there the bar tender was running the whole place and was fantastic. He was friendly and kept everyone's drinks filled. Live music playing was nice. I was craving...More
I was in Bsileys at ten o clock pm on the eve of 3/19/15
Had a glass of wine and Kareoke
At 11 it was time to leave.
An older lady was walking out at the same time. She tripped over a concrete hazard at...More