We visited in grandparents' weekend and all kids were receiving free meals, a very nice offering by Elmer's. However, in looking for something light to eat the lighter meals were all very heavy by my standards. My husband had the prime rib dip sandwich and the meat was well done which was OK if he liked it that way. One gentleman had ordered the prime rib dinner and it looked well prepared at medium rare so it would seem sandwiches could be that way too. French fries were soft on the insides. Tomato-basil soup was very thick, would have made a great pasta sauce but needed to be thinner. Small salad had olives and croutons, which is OK, but either make your own croutons or don't have them. Please try to have lighter fare that actually is lighter and healthier. I would have loved to have had a choice of small carrots with some dip (lite salad dressing) or small plain popcorn :).
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