Although we normally avoid hotel dining rooms, we received a gift certificate which covered about half the cost of dinner. The rack of lamb and veal chop we had (locally sourced) were exceptionally good. The sides were good, but a bit peculiar -- we were served bbq beef (pulled pork?) along with bread which was strange tasting to someone used to Memphis-style bbq which I think it was trying to emulate. The service was for the most part excellent, though there were occasional lapses. There were lots of choices on the menu. The prices were very high even for a hotel restauraunt. There seemed to be crowds during meal time which included folks beyond hotel guests so I suspect it has a strong local following.