I find hotel restaurants fit into 2 categories: poor or celebrity chef owned. Blue Fire Grill turns out to be better than the typically poor hotel eatery. We've had dinner and breakfast here. Dinner was just passable. The buffet didn't excite us so we ordered off the small menu. The grilled chicken breast in my casserole turned out to be pre-cooked chicken strips like Perdue and the artichoke hearts were missing from under the heavy cheese sauce. My wife's bourbon glazed salmon was nearly tasteless. Our salads were decent and the server was friendly and efficient. Breakfast was a delight. We tried the buffet and had made to order omlettes which were excellent. Some of the typical buffet fare. A number of servers were on-hand, all very helpful and friendly. They really make the difference.
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