The Grille 101 is in the Embassy Suites hotel. We met a distant cousin and her mother for lunch on Memorial Day Sunday. The restaurant was empty, having been open for 1/2 hour. The breakfast crowd had gone out to see the sights, and only one other group came to dine while we were there. Of course, the restaurant also prepares and serves room service meals, so the lack of people in the dining room should not reflect upon the quality of the food preparation. The waiter took our orders. I had the Reuben sandwich, and my wife the club sandwich. We all ordered ice tea to drink, although other choices were available. The restaurant was exceptionally quiet, and we were not hurried by the staff. We spent about 90 minutes in lunch and conversation. The bill was in line with hotel restaurant dining. I had a great time meeting relatives who were unknown to me. I would recommend Grille 101 to a friend.
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