Really nice food and a good ambience in Vines. A little bit pricey but the staff are really nice and attentive and the service is extremely good
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We had scallops which were hard and tasted like they had been microwaved. The salad was mediocre and the rest of the dinner was very poor.
Plane and simple --- this is a good place to eat. Good selection, good service, good taste, good all around. The Rib -eye was very good along with the Seafood pasta.
Visiting from Manhattan, had dinner at the Vines with a comfy booth, big window, and pretty view of the town outside. Atmosphere was lovely, relaxing and quiet enough so we could all talk. We received first-rate service from Cristiana. She was fun, knowledgeable, quick, and...More
Slipped quite a bit. Ate here because we were staying at the Hyatt. Very pricy for average food. The breakfast buffet is $20 for not much better than a breakfast included hotel. The restaurant has a full bar And in the past was a very...More
I ate here every morning for a week, and it was always a great experience. The eggs, bacon, sausages and carbs were always delish, and staff was always able to help when I needed it.
We reserved this restaurant because it is known for their brunches on holidays/special occasions like easter mother's day. Our reservation is at 11am and we checked in 15 minutes early. The restaurant starts the brunch at 11:00am. 11:15 am came and no one was seated...More
For a restaurant in a hotel this one is very nice for breakfast. The buffet probably costs a bit more than you are used to paying but it is well worth the price. The fresh eggs in the omelet were, no kidding, the best I...More
They have a large buffet breakfast that is served daily. There is a selection of fruit, eggs to order, bacon, sausage and juices. It is very convenient while staying in the hotel. The service is very good
We ate 2 breakfasts and 2 dinners while staying at the hotel. Food was good. Wait staff was incredible!!❤ That said, waiting over an hour for dinner in a restaurant that is less than 50% occuppied is unexceptable. This puts lots of pressure on the...More