Three of us ate dinner here on a Saturday night. We all enjoyed our entrees especially the lobster mac & cheese. The beef tournedos on risotto were very good but the risotto was way overcooked. Each had a different salad with the spinach salad the top choice although the salad bar was quite fresh with many toppings and dressings. Service was indifferent and we were directed to the lounge since we did not have a reservation. That was OK but the tables in the lounge are maintly tiny cocktail tables and not really suitable for more than two to eat at. (No larger tables were available although several had only one or two people sitting at them). In all...good food but nowhere worth the $27 per entree that we paid. A $100 dinner tab for three people with pretty simple orders, one round of drinks, no appetizers and one dessert is overpriced in my book.
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