I had never been here before and had never heard anything about it, so when the nurses I work with said they had picked this place for my retirement dinner and told me the concept I looked forward to it. We arrived around 7:15 pm on a Friday evening and there was a wedding about to start in the lower gazebo overlooking a pond (if I remember correctly). You walk through this great arbor to get to the door to go inside. Inside our party was congregating and we were assembled near the bar to have our wine tasting. We tasted 6 wines and decided on a reisling, very good. After we tasted the wine and picked which one we wanted with our dinner (couples choose a bottle, single receive a half bottle) we were instructed to get the wine at the bar and choose which meat we would like to grill. We had a choice of steak, shrimp, pork chops, chicken or one other meat (which I can't remember). We went into a side room and made our salads, they also had a soup choice and took them to the loft to eat. Then we went back to the side room and received our meat selection and went to the grill to grill our food. On a table in the grill room are flavorings for enhancing as well as tongs, plates and steak knives. On the walls are the grilling instructions for the type of food you are grilling and plates to put the finished product on. After you grill your food to perfection you go back to the side room to choose potatoes, 2 vegetables, rolls and dessert, coffee, tea, pop. We made several trips so we could carry everything. The food was very good. I had pork chops, I tried my husband's shrimp-spicy but good. He and my youngest daughter split steak and shrimp and both said the food was very good. My oldest daughter got the chicken and she enjoyed hers very much. My husband and I enjoyed the experience ver much and are talking about going back soon. My employer paid for my family's meal, but the spouses/guests of the employees had to pay for their meals. The cost ws $40. I don't know if this was a special deal since we numbered around 38 people. But it was a memorable retirement party.