We had a group of 30 go on a Saturday night and both the food and the show were great. The venue is intimate and well done. Tables are small and the chairs could have a bit more cushioning to be really comfortable. Our group was in tables of fours or sixes. Except for those in the theater wings (where some had to turn their chairs away from the table to see), everyone had excellent view of the stage. My wife and I had the ribeye steaks ($22), which were delicious. Our friends at our table had the halibut and the chicken ($19), which resulted in raves. One in our party of 30 sent back his halibut as it was too undercooked, but he said the replacement was perfect. The coffee and desserts were excellent. The play (Who Dun It musical) was OK, the actors were pros and two actresses had beautiful voices. Considering the size of our group, the service was comendable. We will certainly attend on any return visits to Ashland.
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