Being from Ohio and planning a trip to Oshkosh, we researched a number of "top rated" restaurants that we might eat at. Don't know about you folks, but where I live, we have brochures expounding the many exciting places and attractions of our local area, but to be truthful, the descriptions are inflated to bring in the tourist dollars and are pretty much a let down. That's the way we sort of felt. Being a Type II diabetic, it was hard to find things that were conducive for a person like me. They seem to be very heavy on potatoes, but not much on vegetables. There were only two kinds of soups, no vinegarette dressings, etc. Also had no "go cups" to take your remaining drinks with you when you leave. To be fair, the main entrees were good (alfredo fetuccine, lasagna), but my ribeye steak was rather thin and a bit tough, not measuring up to the standards of a steak house. The portions were generous and we had food left over, but they only offered tiny styrofoam containers to leave with (one size fits all). Other side notes: no paper towels in the two rest room automatic towel dispensers, and the band, which was playing in the bar section of the restaruant, was distracting to guests trying to talk among themselves. Total damages with a modest tip was $61 for three average meals with two soft drinks, no alcoholic drinks. Our server was not too bad, but overall, it was hard to see how it ranked 14 out of 44 or so restaruants. Of course, your mileage may vary.