To start we were seated in the corner of a ~half full restaurant. This was in a semi-private room with another couple that decided it would be a good idea to bring their dog to dinner at a public restaurant??? Don't get me wrong, I love dogs but kind of weird... And in this semi-private room there was no music so I could hear every bite the other couple was eating, as we were about to leave I asked about the music and come to find out there was a reception earlier and no one turned the music back up... so after making our minds up on drinks, then apps, then dinner, then dessert and triple checking our desicions we still had not been met by our server. Another server from acrossed the room saw us and took initiative to check on us. She was very nice. The raw oysters were good to start with. and we had some other apps then shared the Admirals Platter which I was glad we still had several small plates of apps infront of us because the admirals platter was pretty weak. Missing a leg on the snow crab which wasn't much bigger than a blue claw, i kid you not! Was hoping to satisfy the seafood need but it didn't happen at Mcgrath's. We skipped the dessert. I heard there is a really good seafood buffet in Park City but is only open during the ski season :( I will try it out next season and let you know.
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