Pleasant room and nice server. As you might expect from a Sheraton at the airport in a small city, it has kind of a split personality, trying to simultaneously be a fine dining restaurant, a destination for anniversaries, birthdays, etc., and a sports bar. I spent my whole dinner watching a TV showing infomercials with no audio (one of which I actually enjoyed, but that’s just me).
I had a starter Caesar salad, which was nothing special, followed by two appetizers as an entree -- the sweet chili shrimp and the seared Ahi tuna. Both were really good but quite big, so it ended up being way too much food for me (but I have a small appetite). Good wine list/cocktails. Overall a pleasant experience.
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