Based on the reviews, six of us had dinner after a day of golf. For the Gaylord area, the restaurant is better than average, but it's all relative, as it seems there are not that many decent restaurants in Gaylord, so the bar hasn't been set all that high.
The service was good and the food arrived somewhat promptly. Sadly, my planked whitefish, recommended by the server, was smothered in paprika and was cooked until dry.
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