Baxter's offers a large bar area and probably 30 or so dining tables in a separate dining room. The dinner lighting is muted, and the menu offers a wider selection than many. There are several selections that are interesting, including the Brazilian Kebab over rice, blackened snapper, dinner salads and the usual beef filet, rib eye, strip and a prime rib.
I have eaten there several times for business dinners and it is adequate. Not too noisy to engage in conversation.
The wait staff is quick and efficient, but trying just a little too hard to project an air of sophistication that isn't quite supported by the balance of Baxters.
In my opinion, it isn't a bad place for dinner, again better than one would expect with it's hotel association - were I staying at the hotel, I'd be happy to eat there, but not a favorite spot.
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