As guests of the Trinity we ended up eating at their onsite restaurant four times; once for dinner, twice for breakfast, and once for lunch. The menu is not extensive, however, there is likely something to please almost everyone, and the food is all well-prepared. Someone said it seemed a bit like a sports bar, to us more like a bistro, with a very nice bar. We had four different servers and all were efficient, but I must mention Mario as the stand out; very friendly and with superb manners. In this day and age, having good manners must be mentioned.
Guests are offered free coffee and pastry each morning, but we wanted full breakfasts. An adjustment was made to our guest checks and was appreciated. The 1892 (Eggs, ham, hash browns, toast), The Bonnie (French toast), fresh fruit bowl, and coffee were all perfect at breakfast. There was some sort of 'issue' with the scones one morning, and we were each brought a complimentary house special muffin (something orange, and very, very sweet. I had a few bites, but the rest of the breakfast portions were large and filling, so it was too much)
For lunch we tried The Madame (a delicious chicken salad, with pecans, celery, and red grapes--that I've already tried to duplicate at home) and the Lawman (a huge burger, with hot pepper bacon, etc.). For dinner, our picks were Surf and Turf, and Chicken Parmagian (Did I mention that the menu is diverse? (-;)
We found pricing to be affordable for what we received (all amounts are pre-tax and tip, and including drinks for two): Breakfast 1st day--$16, 2nd day--$21; Lunch $23.30; Dinner $69
No complaints at all. I won't take points away from this gem because of atmosphere, I give it a five.
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