I went with my boyfriend for dinner at about 6:00 on a Friday and we had no problem getting a table. (We could have waited 10-15 minutes for a seat by the window to open, but opted to just sit near the windows. Window booth seats would be worth waiting for though to watch the planes take off and land). The inside of the restaurant is very fun, lots of stuff to look at and very atmospheric. Good music too. After our dinner we actually walked around and looked at everything! Our server was very professional, our food very good, and it was served without much of a wait. Loved that they cut my baked potato open and served the sour cream/chives/butter right there in front of me. Both of us loved the warm bread and salad, and I enjoyed a root beer they must make there. We had a coupon but our bill was still very reasonable for the cost. We both said it would be a good place to take people who are visiting, especially parents/grandparents who grew up in the WWII era.