There was no table reserved for us when we check in. Ultimately we were given a tiny table in a corner of the room. It was a very disappointing experience.
We were in the last (4:30) seating. The food was fresh and continually replenished. There was a very wide selection. The service was friendly and prompt, but a bit short in number. We were the last to leave, but not pressed. A delightful surprise for we tourists.
This was an expensive buffet for the money. No price breaks for Club Members or Locals.
We had a wonderful Christmas lunch at Silverado. These holiday buffets they offer are very old fashion in a delightful way. The food was very good, with many local vendors used. The only improvement I could suggest is the dessert table, while beautiful, was very bland with all the desserts tasting the same. But no matter, it was still all very good. Service was excellent (Roberto).
Thanksgiving dinner in the ballroom, 4:30 sitting, everything was great except our server was terrible - rarely seen, no follow up, no coffee, no water no service. We were table #27
Family members came together from the Bay Area to enjoy Thanksgiving as a family. The buffet was fabulous. The room where we were seated was bright and light-filled, but a little chilly. The Silverado was an excellent choice.
Very nice Thanksgiving dinner. They were very accommodating to our food allergies and even had gluten free bread.
This is a nice spot for a special brunch, such as Easter or Mother's Day. In good weather, try to sit outside. With the variety of foods available on the buffet, one should be able to find something to like.
There was a pretty good variety of food but the quality and taste of the food was not as good as it has been in the past. I would eat at the Grill again. Even the quantity is less there the quality is better there. Thank you, Ann Morgan
The food was wonderful and the service was excellent. However, the evening was ruined by their stupid party. We bought the entire package, dinner and their so-called extravaganza. I had called and left about 5 messages asking about the music. It was my husband's 75th birthday and I really wanted it to be special. We are not fans of loud, rock music. I finally got in touch with the guy who was supposedly in charge and asked about the music. I told him that we liked swing, even country, even oldies up until the '60's. He told me that it was a Great Gatsby party, so I said that was '20's music, which he assured me they'd have along with other music. Very loud rock music was all they had! Ruined our evening!! I am very unhappy!!