West Point is not a tourism destination. Folks who visit are there to see family or they're there on business. The region is not what one would describe as well-heeled and therefore, the dining accommodations are not plentiful. Now, most would take this as an opportunity to slack off on service or their product (in this case, the food). Why not? If you don't have many choices, it doesn't make sense to be any more than merely "better" than your competition. That said, the restaurant at the Thayer was really quite special. Steeped in West Point historical references (every entree is named after a deserving USMA grad), the ambiance of the restaurant is classic, old world style. It's soft, welcoming. And the food was quite good. We all got the seafood buffet, which apparently is a regular offering. And it was endless. Steamed clams, oysters, three kids of fish, crab, you name it. And it was all very good. If you are lookifor a nicer meal with your family while in the West Point area, the Thayer's restaurant is a good bet.
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