I wish I could give two, very different ratings.
Dinner: This was a great experience. The food is good, though as others note, pricey. The blue snapper (a daily seafood special) was surprisingly good giving that CO is landlocked. However, the portions are not large, and if you want a vegetable, for instance, in most cases that is an extra seven or eight dollars. I traveled with my son, who is no longer a teen but barely in his twenties. He got full because i shared (he can clear out a refrigerator pretty quickly, to be fair). So if you're starving that night or traveling with a young person metabolism, the experience could get expensive fast.
Breakfast: Not so much. Buffet was $23, and I would definitely not go that route again. Strangely, though dinner was very flavorful, the eggs were both dry and tasteless as well as cold, as were the potatoes. The french toast would have been good if it wasn't ice cold. My son did better ordering off the menu.
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