Cheryl and I had a wonderful experience. It's an open space with high ceilings designed to carry a lot of sound. However, we could have been outside or there are some more private booths but we were good with the loud ambiance. I had the pork (chop) and Cheryl a seafood salad. Our waiter was extremely attentive with the perfect recommendations for us. The portions were generous and delicious. When he brought the check I asked if he split between it putting the dinners on one check and the wine and desert on another. He didn't even blink an eye. The entire experience was delightful.
Food was over priced. Crab cake sandwich was passable at $16, glass of white wine $10. Waitress was disinterested and terrible. She whispered the whole time, took her time with my order, change & service. No refills offered and I had to wait 6 minutes while she dawdled about getting my change. $31 for sandwich, wine & tip. Pass on this one and eat before you go through tsa.
I had breakfast here on dec 3 and ordered the scrambled 3 eggs hashbrowns, sausage and toast for $13. The food was exactly the same as the free breakfast that you get at a holiday inn. the eggs were the fake egg product - the kind that you buy by the gallon, and I got a small pile [not 3 eggs worth] of little yellow tasteless flakes. the hashbrowns were the preformed processed potato cubes in irregular shapes to make look real, the bacon was thin as a piece of paper and was some type of processed meat product that had no taste, the sausage was also some soy-gluten fat infused round thing. The english muffin was ok, but I asked for butter and got some margarine product. for 4 bucks you can get a REAL egg and sausage sandwich at startbucks across the hall and thats what I will do next time. a total waste of money and an insult to the good old eggs and bacon breakfast.