We went there for a high school class reunion dinner, for which we paid $60. While the facility did provide valet parking -- an essential service in a location where parking is notoriously at a premium -- the guy who was parking our car started to pull away while the trunk was open, and my husband was still retrieving something. (He stopped after I let out a little shriek of alarm.) Their valet staff could use some safety training! Drinks were included at this particular banquet, but the bartender told us we could not drink at the bar, and that "the party was inside". Not particularly friendly or inviting! The chicken was dry as a bone, but the sauce was its one saving grace. The dish included a side of naked, lukewarm vegetables, and decent, plain wild rice. The waitress who served us was friendly, but clueless. When asked what the vegetarian entree was, she didn't know. When asked what the dessert was, guess what? Same answer. One of the dessert selections turned out to be cheesecake, the slices of which were no more than a finger's width. Its two redeeming features are its beautiful, easy-to-find location right on the Delaware, with a view of the bridge to Lambertville, NJ and the tow path, and a very talented jazz singer-pianist in the bar, whom I would have like to have heard better, but we were not welcome to hang out in the bar (smh) despite having paid $60 pp for dinner.
Based on our experience dining there, we would not probably not go back. It certainly makes us think twice about possibly booking a room to stay there.
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