Overall perhaps just very, very good, but close to excellent considering the building, location, history, all the partying going on all around you in multiple rooms, etc. It was our first dinner after we had flown into Calgary for 8 days in the Rockies. We loved the experience and I'm pretty sure you will too. This was also our introduction to sky high prices in the entire region for lodging (we did not stay there) and classy restaurants.
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