My wife and I had dinner there on a Saturday night. We were a little on the early side (5:30 PM), but I don't know if seating would have been a problem. This place is BIG and very open, but they did a pretty good job of separating areas. Although, it felt a little bit sterile with not a great deal of character. Service was very prompt and helpful and I noticed the manager trolling around frequently ensuring everyone was taken care of.
The prices didn't seem unreasonable at all. The tenderloin tips with mushrooms skillet was a pretty good bargain - hot, flavorful and filling for less that $14. My wife said her saffron ravioli stuffed with lobster and served with tenderloin medallions was tasty, but the plate cooled off quickly (actually wasn't super hot to start with), so toward the end she was complaining the ravioli was cold. In all, I'd say the menu was pretty diverse and could satisfy just about any appetite or pocket book.
Not a huge offering on tap. Only two micro brews offered along with the usual mass produced Bud/Miller sludge. Iit would have been nice to see more of Michigan's best on tap (like a Founder's porter or Bell's double cream stout), although the Short's Brewing Huma Lupa Licious was a very nice surprise. The wine menu was not huge, but it was adequate and our selections went well with the food. Next time we are in the Flint / Grand Blanc area we will probably be going back.
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