The scenery is fantastic since the restaurant is located at the Centennial Airport. It was a clear night but off in the distance we could see rain and thunder and lightening while off to our right, the sun was setting--awesome to see the contrast. The service was very good; but the food was just average. We had two appetizers--the calamari and the shrimp with a Mexican twist. Calamari was not crisp and the shrimp with the Mexican touch, not so much. Our server was very accommodating as we asked him to take some family pictures. The food was overpriced and really not all that tasty. It was fun to nearly be on the runway and watch the Lear jets take off and land in the nightime sky; but perhaps the selection would be better for lunch while still maintaining the view. Being with family was wonderful so I guess worth it. For atmosphere and service, it is cool; but for food try another spot!.
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