I guess this should come as no surprise, but the hotel food was just the usual American bar food fare.
The food was greasy and unhealthy, deep fried, and a very limited menu of burgers, pizza, sandwiches, and a variety of items that they could thrown into some boiling fat to cook.
To their credit, the prices were fair. They didn't try to have a laugh with the prices as some hotels do. They did have a few higher end and more expensive entrée options, but I would find it extremely hard to believe that they would be worth ordering in a restaurant such as this.
If you find yourself in this hotel bar because you can't be bothered to drive, I guess it's not the end of the world. I've seen a lot worse in hotels over the years. But if you have the energy to drive to a nearby eating establishment, you'd probably be well advised to do so.
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