The menu offers some esoteric choices, however, the theme is much the same. Pricy for Gaylord and limited for families. The place is geared for adults and the younger crowd is more appreciative than those of us who enjoy standard Lounge foods. Decor is simple - nothing is the same - all tables and seats are different - giving the place a somewhat finished but under-decorated look.
We enjoyed two of the three appetizers ordered and all of the six of us enjoyed our entrees, though some of the meats were slightly overcooked. Our waiter, Will, was attentive and gracious and accommodated the youngest of our group with items extracted from other dishes on the menu at less than the cost of the entrees.
We arrived early in the shift and our orders were taken promptly - however, we noted several patrons who arrived later being served before us - the kitchen seems to be able to handle two-tops much better than a six-top.
We had a good time and probably will return - the next time, without children, to see if the execution is better.
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