The prime rib on the buffet was to die for! The clams were tender and tasted fresh. I was too wimpy to try the frog legs. The boiled shrimp were mushy. Good selection of desserts. Our server was friendly and a did a great job. I don't recall his name but he was a very buff Cherokee man. The decor looked exactly what you'd expect a hotel restaurant to look like with a few interesting native items. The price was on point for an upscale buffet, with drink about $20 per person.
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