I went to the foggy goggle looking forward to seeing the Portland, ME based reggae band, "Royal Hammer." I arrived at 3pm, when they were scheduled to perform. The bar was crowded as I expected, but I found an empty table right near the stage. Even though they were taking reservations for seating, I figured who in the right mind would want to sit here just for diner, but sure enough, we were politely asked to move to accommodate a family with young children there to have burgers and nachos. After several minutes of awkwardly crowding those at the bar, trying to find a comfortable place we could at least stand and enjoy the music, we left disappointed. ...either be a restaurant or a bar. If you promote an original live band on your website you should at least make some provisions for those there for the music. Perhaps remove the tables directly in front of the stage so people can dance and have a good time. Personally, I don't believe children should be in a bar period; but that's the parents' business I suppose. Other than that, it's everything you'd expect from a typical ski bar.
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