Next Course has decent food but please beware of their parking lot. We went here in December 2012 and parked at the beginning of the lot next to another car, as we were inching forward to line up with the car next to us, the front of our jeep fell downward and in that split second I thought we were about to careen off the side of a cliff since there is no way to know how far down it goes (in the pitch darkness). Thankfully the ditch was only a few feet deep yet that did not help in getting our jeep out.
The next few hours were probably the most stressful of our entire vacation as we tried to pull out our jeep using the 4WD to no avail. Even the chef of the restaurant attempted to pull out our jeep with his truck and all that accomplished was snapping his tow strap right in half. The staff told us this happens quite often. If this happens frequently, why wouldn't the owners put some sort of wooden pole or even a measly traffic cone to warn drivers not to pull up any closer??
Ultimately we had to take a taxi back to our hotel, and we dealt with this issue the following morning. We had to inform our rental company who then got a tow truck involved and thankfully they pulled our jeep out.
In the end we were stuck with the $50 tow fee that Next Course should have been responsible for. If you know your parking lot has a ditch that is a few feet deep, impossible to see at night, and your customers have gotten stuck there numerous times, why wouldn't you put a wooden post; tie some rope to block off the area, or even put a light in that spot so people can see what they are driving into. It's completely negligent on their part.
Our rental car company was not happy with them either and said they are going to stop recommending Next Course to their clients.
If you are parking at Next Course, beware of their parking lot.