We ate lunch and dinner. The lunch was much better. The food was hit or miss, and while the majority of the waitstaff (host and busman in particular) were very good, there was a mix up that left us sitting for nearly 30-minutes before we were waited on. The waitress seemed completely disinterested in serving our table, even after leaving us waiting.
Overall good, not great, experience. Very good service. Very good venue that would be even better during the day when you can see the course. Food for most was really good but tri-tip was really undercooked. Perhaps order a temperature higher than you’d expect. I ordered medium rare and most of it was very rare. Starters all very good.
Lunch at The Grill: Nice ambience and a way-below-average dining experience. Chewy dry chicken made my $16 "Rotisserie Chicken Sandwich" practically uneatable. My wife's fish tacos were subpar. Slow service and a missing-in-action waitress didn't help. Two of our group of five were served the wrong items. I'm a local but I won't be back.
I had forgotten about this hidden gem. We enjoyed our dining experience immensely. Desiree our server was attentive and intuitive about our group who spent more time talking than ordering or eating. She was patient and professional. Hats off to you, Desiree.
We had the best Cobb Salads ever. (Biggest too; we could have split, but I really didn’t want to share.) Delicious moist chicken, crisp romaine. We will definitely be back
Hot smoked salmon was fantastic. A reasonably quiet place with great food
the Lodge was decorated so beautifully...which is why we went there.
The ambiance was beautiful, but service painfully slow.
I had the most delicious swordfish ever--moist, tasty, beautifully prepared! Swordfish is so often dry and overdone--not this! The Grill also has homemade potato chips which are an earthly delight!
Breakfast was good but does have minimal options especially for vegetarians