My wife and I tried Pinnacle for a late lunch for our first visit. The restaurant is big and airy with a sports themed bar anchoring the center. Tropical fans outline the ceiling above the bar. TV's are arranged so you can watch a couple of games at the same time.
We were served a basket of (presumably) homemade potato chips upon seating. This is a nice touch. We ordered a couple of draft beers, and although there were no prices on the menu, we were a little shocked when we were charged $7.75 per beer on our bill.
I ordered a club sandwich and asked if I could substitute a cup of soup for the fries. The waitress said no problem but there would be a slight up-charge of $3.99. Guess what the menu price is for a cup of soup ala carte? If you guessed $3.99 you would be correct. Basically, I would be buying the soup and throwing away the fries. (Also, I was disappointed that the sandwich did not come with a pickle.)
My wife ordered a cheeseburger and fries. It didn't appear to be any better than a good quality fast food burger.
Both sandwiches were extremely average at best, Neither were terrible or great. I would say that they were both below the quality and presentation that you would expect at a good restaurant.
Service was fine. Would I try it again? Probably not.
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