I'm a non-drinker so I can't vouch for the mixed drinks, but the tacos were excellent. I later had a Caeser salad that was less than spectacular, however, and there's not much to choose from on the menu. You'd think the hotel would beef up the offerings a bit, since it's a natural gathering place for family, friends and colleagues, and were there a decent menu it would be the hottest eating spot in the hotel. At night it's quite beautiful, and with comfy chairs surrounding fire-pits and tiki torches, its a perfect place to unwind after a long day.
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