I came here for Thanksgiving buffet and it was very nice. The staff was extremely supportive of our needs with our family members that have limited mobility and were so joyful and kind. I kinda found out they aren't paid well when speaking to one person - they didn't say so but I understood it and that made me said as they were working on a very special holiday and they were terrific. The meats were especially good! We were told it's best to come earlier than later as sometimes food can run lower later in the day. We came in around noon and everything was stocked a plenty. It's a beautiful location. Their are many families that have members in walkers or wheelchairs so we felt very comfortable and welcome. That was really very nice. Again the staff was amazing. The salad bar was great, the meats - a big beef thing, a really good ham, and your classic turkey were amazing. The sides were good though I do wish in my personal preference that they had mac and cheese for the kids and maybe crescent like rolls. But that is awfully picky! The salad bar was really personally fantastic with fruits lots to choose from topping wise and the sweet potatoes were yummy. The desserts were served on their own table. The meats had their own table, as did the other stuff. The desserts were maybe 3 or 4 cake options, and mini little pies of different types 3 or 4.
3 months ago
I attended a program there for a cooking demonstration/vendor show and was mortified to realize they'd double booked both a vendor show and a wedding for the exact same time.
I can't imagine that bride and groom's horror to come in to enjoy their wedding reception and realize that they and all of their guests had to walk through a Pampered Chef, LulaRoe, etc. booths to get inside. The staff was having to try and keep people from the vendor show from wedding crashing, but honestly, after a while, I'm sure a few people were able sneak in because how can you honestly tell the difference between a slightly under dressed wedding guest and a slightly over dressed cooking demo attendant?
And why would they have wanted to wedding crash? Because the cooking demo was hours and hours long and had no food provided unless you bought an even more overpriced VIP ticket. Not even munchies.
And for the cooking demonstration, they were working on counters higher than the heads of the attendees, so you couldn't see, there was no video to watch or a mirror employed to make viewing possible. And they couldn't get their microphones/sound system to work either. So the chef had to shout over the sound of the DJ from the wedding bleeding through the paper thin wall.
about 1 month ago
We went here for NY Eve dinner...the view was fantastic and in the summer I imagine it would be even better. The food and service was amazing and I would recommend to anyone!