We had dinner here before a show across the street at the Fox theater. The food was decent, but for such a grand old hotel, I think they could step it up a bit. The best looking things coming out of the kitchen were the hamburgers, which we all said we'd just order next time.
There were four of us and my mussels came out much later than the other three meals which was interesting since it is the easiest thing to cook. The manager came out to apologize and was not the most friendly guy. He very begrudgingly removed the charges from our bill, mind you we never asked him to, but it was as if he wasn't sincere in his apology for the lateness of my dinner. It wasn't a big deal, I just felt he was a bit rude. My husband had chicken with white bean and chorizo and it was delicious. Their bleu cheese grits were good. Breakfast the next day was good as well and we will come back here to stay, although dinner might be somewhere else.
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