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About The Majestic Yosemite Hotel

The Majestic Yosemite Hotel conveys a feeling of elegance and refinement while maintaining a comfortable, natural atmosphere. The logs of stripped and polished sugar pine, which support the 34-foot-high beamed ceilings, reinforce the rustic ambiance that is reflective of The Majestic’s mountain surroundings.


Under the culinary leadership of Executive Chef Troy Thompson, The Majestic Dining Room offers traditional California cuisine for breakfast and dinner daily. An array of excellent California wines are also featured on the menu.

1 Ahwahnee Road
Yosemite Village, CA 95389
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Dining Style:
Fine Dining

Cuisines:
Californian, Mediterranean

Hours of Operation:
Buffet Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 7:00am - 10:00am; Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Monday-Sunday: 5:30pm - 8:30pm; Brunch Buffet: Sunday: 7:00am - 2:00pm


For Dinner, we require Gentlemen to wear long pants and a collared shirt. We require Ladies to wear a Dress, Skirt, or Long Pants with a Blouse. For One and All: Please NO Shorts, T-Shirts, or Tank Tops or Hats.


Casual Dress for Breakfast, Lunch and Brunch.



Reservations are strongly recommended for all meal periods. Walk-ins will be accepted based on table availability.

Cross Street:
Village Drive

Dress Code:
Business Casual

Price Range:
$31 to $50

Payment Options
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Phone Number:
(209) 372-1489

Website:
http://www.travelyosemite.com/

Entertainment:
Piano player during dinner service nightly and Sundays during brunch service.

Catering:
For regular dining reservations of 15 guests or less, please contact The Dining Room at (209) 372-1276.

Onsite hotel catering available for up to 200 guests. Please contact our experienced special function managers, Kevin Anderson & Deanna Anderson, for more information.

Parking Details:
Hotel parking lots and complimentary Valet service available. Parking at The Majestic is limited. Day use parking in Yosemite Village is encouraged. Free shuttles run regularly for transportation to and from all lodgings within Yosemite Valley.

Public Transit:
Stop #3 on complimentary Yosemite Valley Shuttle route.

Executive Chef:
Chef Troy Thompson

Private Party Facilities:
Onsite hotel catering available for up to 200 guests. Please contact our experienced special function managers, Kevin Anderson & Deanna Anderson, for more information.

For regular dining reservations of 15 guests or less, please contact the Dining Room directly at (209) 372-1276.
If your party’s plans change, we ask that AT LEAST 48 hours notice be provided to the dining room if you are altering the reservation.

Additional:
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine

Special Events & Promotions:
Book now for our upcoming Grand Grape, Thanksgiving, BraceBridge and Taste of Yosemite events.

The Majestic Yosemite Hotel Ratings and Reviews

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4
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4.2

Overall Rating

based on recent ratings
food

3.9

service

4.3

ambience

4.8

value

3.5

Noise

Quiet

85% would recommend it to a friend

Scenic View (145)
Special Occasion (130)
Good for Anniversaries (90)
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Worth the Drive (86)
Romantic (74)
Good for a Date (69)
Good for Birthdays (53)
Quiet Conversation (49)
Great for Brunch (45)
Great for Lunch (40)
Good for Groups (38)
Authentic (37)
Live Music (31)
Seasonal (26)
Sunday Lunch (25)
Cozy (23)
Creative Cuisine (23)
Fit for Foodies (22)
Notable Wine List (21)
Fun (17)
Healthy (17)
Local Ingredients (17)
Handcrafted Cocktails (16)
Kid-friendly (15)
Comfort Food (14)
Neighborhood Gem (14)
Good Vegetarian Options (14)
Casual (11)
People Watching (11)
Afternoon Tea (11)
Afternoon Coffee (10)
Business Meals (9)
Disabled Access (7)
Gluten Free Options (7)
Organic (7)
Great for Outdoor Dining (6)
Tasting Menu (5)
Happy Hour (4)
Hot Spot (4)
Bar Seating (1)
Paleo Friendly (1)
Pre/post Theatre (1)
Quick Bite (1)
Spicy (1)
Tapas (1)
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 (San Francisco)·Dined 2 days ago

Here’s the real deal folks.. everyone wants to try this place because of the history, ambiance and for some the convenience.
We were the family of 4 that fall into the history and ambiance category. So, we ordered appetizers first of French onion soup and
roasted cauliflower. The soup had wayyyyyy too much cheese and wayyyyyyy too little broth. Not good. The cauliflower was okay but not for the price.
That’s the key word here. The prices are steep so we expected better. And here’s the main reason for the poor review. We were the 2nd or 3rd family seated for dinner right after they opened and it took OVER an hour to bring out our entrees!!! We asked for more bread to hold us over. Main entrees we ordered were the prime rib, sturgeon and steak. The prime rib was fatty, the steak was too salty and the sturgeon was a verrrry small portion. AND the meat entrees weren’t hot! Lukewarm at best. Our waiter, Sam, however was very kind and gracious and actually totally entertaining and most importantly apologetic for the less than desirable experience. They comped us two of the entrees. We really appreciated that and it made us feel a little better knowing that they cared enough to do that. So, if you must eat there, know that they have quite a few hiccups in the service and food and don’t expect a 4 or 5 star experience. You can always just walk into the room and take pictures instead. You’re welcome.

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 (San Francisco)·Dined 5 days ago

The food is much improved in quality and choice since our last visit a few years ago, glad to see vegetarian options. The room is just completely stunning, with views of the rock faces from the windows. It has the feel of another era, with surreally large redwood beams and beautiful painted accents echoing Native American designs. The piano player playing the night we ate was exceptional- he played beautifully and it sounded amazing in that space.

Tags: Sunday Lunch, Good for Anniversaries, Good for Groups, Authentic
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·Dined 5 days ago

I've been enjoying meals at the Ahwahnee (Majestic) for nearly 50 years. The room is spectacular. The menu is limited, but delicious. Their wine list is spectacular!

Tags: Good for Anniversaries, Good for a Date, Local Ingredients, Authentic
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on January 9, 2018

Our dinner dining experience at the Majestic dining room was underwhelming. The room itself is magnificent but the service and food presentation is subpar especially for the cost. For such a special place, you would think it would be top notch! If the dining experience cannot match the ambiance and the cost, perhaps it should be re-evaluated. When we stay at the Ahwahnee again, we will not have dinner in the dining room.

Tags: Sunday Lunch, Great for Brunch
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·Dined on January 9, 2018

We attended the Taste of Yosemite event and stayed in the hotel. Our overall experience was wonderful! We are planning on attending this event again. We loved it and the hotel has done a nice job updating and adding a bar/restaurant and a sweet shop. The food at the hotel could be refined a little to have lighter, California style cuisine. The flavors could be a little heavy after a couple of days. Room service and breakfast buffet are excellent. Every staff member was a delight. Great stay at The Majestic.

Tags: Good for Anniversaries, Quiet Conversation, Kid-friendly, Bar Seating, Great for Lunch, Scenic View
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on January 8, 2018

Overall, the Majestic Hotel is truly special place, the ambience is extraordinary. Breakfast was very good, superior quality eggs and bacon and sausages and toast and fruit, endless coffee and tea in a real pot. Dinner was so/so...crab cake starter, yummy chicken with vegetables and disappointingly underdone salmon with a tiny bit (5 kernels) of corn compote and 2 halved cherry tomatoes. Pricey for the quantity and quality. The waiters are very nice, attentive yet unobtrusive. I must say some of the maintenance people are oblivious to customers, leaving the Great Hall doors wide open in winter, shouting into their walkie talkies, rearranging and shoving furniture around while patrons are trying to relax in front of the fire.

Tags: Special Occasion, Worth the Drive, Good for a Date, Good for Anniversaries, Scenic View
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on January 7, 2018

We have stayed at the hotel at least 4-5 times over the last 20 years. It’s probably the nicest place to stay inside of Yosemite. Our room had a beautiful view of Yosemite Falls from the window. It’s a great location to go out on walks/hikes from with the family. The Rooms are dated - although there is a room renovation planned for 2018. The dining hall is beautiful with big tall windows to take in the views. The food was good as well.

Tags: Kid-friendly, Great for Brunch
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 (Los Angeles)·Dined on January 6, 2018

The dining room is majestic, as are the views. And what a way to affordably experience this gem!

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 (Sacramento)·Dined on January 6, 2018

Very good meal in an unusually attractive & historic hotel, in the nation's most spectacular national park.

Tags: Romantic, Special Occasion
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 (New York Area)·Dined on January 5, 2018

This is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion. The grand dining room, live piano and fabulous food make the price worth it!!

Tags: Notable Wine List, Worth the Drive, Good for a Date, Good for Anniversaries, Quiet Conversation, Special Occasion, Romantic
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·Dined on January 5, 2018

Nice ambiance and decent food, but overall value for price is not worth it.

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·Dined on January 5, 2018

Great food, great service! There was a live pianist who was fabulous.

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·Dined on January 4, 2018

The room and the views are absolutely stunning. The food was reasonable and the service was well-paced. Our servers seemed to enjoy their jobs - they were friendly and accommodating. Overall, it was a lovely spot for lunch.

Tags: Romantic, Worth the Drive, Scenic View
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on January 4, 2018

The setting is the best you can hope for in a wonderful space at Majestic Hotel in Yosemite. But it is NOT the place to go for lunch. Save money and go to another spot. The menu is very limited and the food our party of 5 ordered was hit or miss. The "cheesesteak" sandwich was dry and disappointing. What's worse, they served it with frozen french fries that must have been well beyond their "use by" date. They were terrible, even for frozen, and the kitchen staff should have known to toss that bag away (if they'd bothered to do any quality control.). Dinner was much better and worth the very high price (equal to a fine steakhouse). Basically, they do well with stuff they prepare; For example, onion soup is excellent. But their "cost cutting" shortcuts using frozen foods detract from the experience.

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 (Yosemite)·Dined on January 4, 2018

The Ahwahnee is a beautiful and familiar place to my family, but this visit for a special breakfast was disappointing because the servers were slow and inattentive. The food was delicious as always.

Tags: Great for Brunch, Good for Anniversaries, Live Music, Special Occasion, Scenic View, Good for a Date
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·Dined on January 3, 2018

The views and the ambience are fantastic the food is good . Our table was great and the service was superb. We have been many times and hope to return again soon .

Tags: Good for Anniversaries, Kid-friendly, Sunday Lunch, Good for Groups, Great for Lunch, Scenic View
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on January 3, 2018

Wonderful location and great service. Food was average, but pulled pork was delicious.

Tags: Kid-friendly, Great for Lunch, Scenic View, Special Occasion
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·Dined on January 3, 2018

...Ate two dinners and two breakfasts here. All meals were mediocre--small portions, unremarkable flavors, burnt quinoa entrée and crab cake appetizer, fruit cups past their prime freshness, lukewarm soup, and Peet's Coffee that does not taste like the Peet's we enjoy at our local Peet's. Server assistants (beverages) were attentive, but meal servers were not.

Thankfully, the ambiance and views were especially lovely... Otherwise a disappointment.

Tags: Special Occasion, Cozy, Quiet Conversation, Scenic View
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on January 3, 2018

When in Yosemite you should eat @ the Majestic for at least one meal. The food is consistently very good & the atmosphere is beautiful & somewhat elegant.

Tags: Scenic View, Creative Cuisine
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·Dined on January 2, 2018

Interesting as always. You don't go to majestic dining room for the food or the service. You go for the history and the ambience. Such a beautiful building, decent food, ok service. But overall, I always have to eat here on my visit.

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·Dined on January 1, 2018

Me and my friends came here for New Year's Day lunch at it was wonderful. The food itself is nice enough, but the beautiful hotel interior and Yosemite setting made it amazing. It had such an amazing dinning room and atmosphere in an incredible location.

Tags: Seasonal, Fun, Worth the Drive, Scenic View
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·Dined on January 1, 2018

Great location but noticed a decline in the service since the former service provider.

Tags: People Watching, Good for Anniversaries, Seasonal
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on December 31, 2017

Everything was great!

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 (San Francisco)·Dined on December 31, 2017

As always the servers make the meal! The food is excellent - never too fussy or too pretentious. Next to the servers the second best thing is the view. What a lovely spot.

Tags: Authentic, Scenic View
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·Dined on December 31, 2017

The food was good but not anything special for the price. I thought it was overpriced for the amount and quality you got. The service was great. It was odd that the restaurant was not full and yet they were turning people away who didn't have reservations. There were quite a few empty tables around us during our meal. The restaurant is pretty. Not sure I would go back for dinner though. I suggest going there for lunch, just to see it.

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·Dined on December 30, 2017

I️ have been coming here since I️ was a child to dine. I’m now 64 and the food is exquisite from that I️ remember as a young boy. Great atmosphere that hasn’t changed in a 100 years! Or at least 64 as I️ recall Recommend I️t!

Tags: Good for a Date, Good for Groups, Good for Birthdays, Disabled Access, Great for Brunch, Fit for Foodies, Spicy, People Watching, Quiet Conversation
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·Dined on December 30, 2017

We visited the Ahwahnee restaurant to celebrate a wedding anniversary. My expectations are always low for food service in the National Parks -- I assume that people come for the scenery and not for fine dining. But the Ahwahnee remains an exception. Our food was creative and expertly prepared, the service staff was prompt and well trained, and the ambiance was elegant and comfortable. I appreciate their attempt to retain some decorum in dress for the dining room, and though my wife and I came prepared with a clean set of nice clothes, many of our co-diners chose to dress in sweats and dirty PJs. Such is the evolution of modern public life in the US! All in all, this is a unique and fine dining opportunity for which we will return again.

Tags: Good for a Date, Romantic, Scenic View
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 (Los Angeles)·Dined on December 30, 2017

We have fortunately eaten many meals in the dining room here over the years. Recent
reviews by others focused on food and service versus value not being as good as they would
have hoped. My wife and I would not agree. Our meals were excellent though not the best
weve ever had and the service was outstanding. We paid no more than at fine restaurants
in southern California where we are from and ITS YOSEMITE, the setting and ambience
are remarkable.

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 (San Francisco)·Dined on December 30, 2017

awful service

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 (San Francisco)·Dined on December 30, 2017

My son and I were vacationing in Yosemite in December 2017 and I reserved a table at the Majestic/Ahwahnee for a special dinner. Given the high-end nature of the place, I had expectations for a great meal. Except for the beautiful ambiance, however, the experience fell short.

Our waiter knew essentially nothing about either wine or food beyond a word or two, like the sturgeon is "sweet" and every wine is "good". He mumbled so we could barely hear him. He wanted to charge me $7 each for small tastes of wine by the glass, although there was nobody who could advise me on which to choose. The waiter was easily the least knowledgable server I've had in memory and seemed totally unfamiliar with the conventions of fine dining.

Okay, food. To start the meal, we asked for gluten-free bread and the waiter brought us a bowl of cracker crumbs that clearly had been dumped out of a box. There were a handful of whole crackers and the rest were in pieces. I should note here that it's common for restaurants to keep gf bread in the freezer and warm it up for the occasional customer who wants it, which would have been fine with us. No self-respecting restaurant serves a guest cracker crumbs.

The first course was the highlight of the meal -- calamari in a basil and garlic sauce ($17) that was small, but quite delicious. My son enjoyed his New York strip steak and potato ($47). I ordered the sturgeon and found that it was indeed "sweet," as the waiter advised. It was also a bit simple, except for the two bites of kumquat in the sauce, which really made the dish hang together. There was no vegetable or anything on the plate, just a smallish piece of sturgeon. I would have expected better for a $32 entree. If it weren't for the big pile of cracker crumbs, I would have left the meal hungry.

I had been wanting to dine at the Majestic/Ahwahnee for years, so the good news is that I can check it off my bucket list. I wouldn't go back though.

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 (Orange County)·Dined on December 30, 2017

Celebrated my wife's birthday. Food was wonderful. Service friendly and responsive. Great time

Tags: Creative Cuisine, Tasting Menu, Authentic, Scenic View, Worth the Drive, Seasonal, Good for a Date, Neighborhood Gem, Good for Birthdays, Romantic, Special Occasion, Good for Anniversaries, Fit for Foodies
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on December 29, 2017

Breakfast buffet was very nice with many choices from eggs benedict to pancakes to smoked trout & salmon. Always fresh squeezed juice and attentive servers. Can’t beat those views either.

Tags: Special Occasion, Great for Brunch, Scenic View
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 (San Francisco)·Dined on December 29, 2017

This place is outstanding. We ate in the dining room after a long and cold day hiking in the park. We had the lamb, beet salad, French onion soup and tortellini and marinara for the kids. All were outstanding, even the kids dinners were very good. The service was friendly and not overbearing. Waiters all dressed in formal wear but they were friendly and casual. I know there’s a dress code, but don’t sweat over going to dinner in clean jeans and a casual button up or sweater.

Tags: Cozy, Scenic View, Worth the Drive
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 (Orlando)·Dined on December 29, 2017

Wow!!This restaurant lived up to the hype. It is all about the food at the Majestic. The surroundings are unique, gorgeous and historic, but the best part is the cuisine. You will never have a better meal in a National Park. Excellent ambiance, food and service. Do yourself a favor and splurge at this one of a kind restaurant.

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·Dined on December 28, 2017

The Majestic Yosemite Hotel dining room is awesome to look at....huge open room with 40' ceilings and floor to ceiling windows looking out on the gardens of the hotel. Impressive. Sorry to say, this is where it stops. Since this is the only 'higher end' dining available in the Yosemite Valley, we decided to have lunch there. As was recommended days before, we made reservations. We were a couple of days before we wanted to have lunch and we could only get a 1:15 reservation so the place is really busy. The good thing is that we were able to get seated promptly at 1:15 p.m. while the restraint was turning away or advising of a two hour wait time. There was a variety of dress and diners in the restaurant. The service was a bit slow in reaching us but since we were placed directly between two waiter stations, we could hear all the clanging of dishes and utensils. While we ordered by 1:30 it was nearly 2:30 by the time our food arrived. My wife's Philly Cheese steak sandwich was piping hot and the fries crisp ( although they appeared to be fried twice to reheat). My pastrami Reuben was, at best, lukewarm and soggy from the grilling that it received. My fries were cold, limp and appeared to have not been warmed up again like Kathy's. On the brighter side, we decided to order dessert and coffee. The dessert was a yummy berry tart (described on the menu as berry pie). It was cold and would have been much better warmed up. The check was $57.26 plus tip. It could have been worth it if more detail had been paid to a quality preparation, better presentation and perhaps a menu more appropriate to the grandeur of the surroundings. As it was, the 'meal' was overpriced.

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·Dined on December 28, 2017

Service was great but it took 50 min to get our food. This was my first time there and didn’t know what to expect. I would rate this 3/5 because of the friendly staff but the waiting for my food was the same time as the guests who sat next to us after 20 minutes.

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 (San Francisco)·Dined on December 28, 2017

We had a wonderful time!

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·Dined on December 28, 2017

You have very limited options for dining in the park. I cannot express how important it is to make dining reservations in advance of arrival if you plan on eating at this restaurant. If staying at the majestic you need to have at least one meal here just to say you have. It is a rustically pretty dining room and if it is daylight you should request a table by a window. Nighttime will not matter for window seating and you may prefer away to take in the ambience of the room.

The food is ok, limited menu but they will allow you to swap side dishes (but still very limited options on those). Food is good and prepared well. Way over priced (limited choices of other dining) for the meals. Serving sizes are average. You will not be raving about the meal when you talk about your dining experience but will instead talk about the dining room itself.

Service is good but somewhat slow, more of a kitchen problem then wait staff. Although, one breakfast I never was even offered a coffee refill which is a big issue for me.

A large complaint is the enforce a dinner dress code, in the middle of a national park! It is ridiculous that you need to dress for dinner here, it is not a 5 Star nor Michelin Star restaurant. We had to sprint back to the hotel after a full day of hiking so we could change clothes (nope, didn’t shower so....) in order to make our reservations and be seated. Dress code is only for dinner.

Breakfast buffet has many options and is comparable price to a la cart items. We asked for coffee to go in the morning but they had run out of to go cups.

Tags: Good for a Date, Worth the Drive, Seasonal, Good for Groups, Special Occasion, Neighborhood Gem, Good for Anniversaries, Scenic View
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 (Las Vegas)·Dined on December 28, 2017

We had dinner last week, Dec 27th. Loved the dining room with all the candles and the piano player added great ambiance. We started with the Brussel spouts appetizer. It was very good. For dinner we tried the Prime Rib dinner and the Chicken Entree both were ordinary and not gourmet quality. I had to ask for extra sauce for the chicken it was very dry. It came with only four small fingerling potatoes that were very good but 4 was not enough, the side dishes were lacking. The prime rib needed salt and was already cold when served. It also had very little side dish with it. From the children's menu are daughter had the pasta and seemed to enjoy it. We were celebrating a birthday and they did bring a cupcake with candle at the end of our meal. Our waitress was nice but when we needed her a couple times we had to ask the bus boy for help. Overall we got what we expected for a National Park fine dining restaurant. Food that was mediocre but a beautiful location.

Tags: Kid-friendly, Quiet Conversation, Romantic
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·Dined on December 27, 2017

Beautiful views and historic restaurant setting. The food was good but nothing special.

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