We went for lunch for the experience but found the food to be fine though not as reasonably priced as other restaurants. The decor is 1950’s kitsch, and it’s fun just to walk through and look at the floor to ceiling displays—an eclectic mix of nostalgia. My husband and I both got salads (with shrimp for him and grouper for me), and they were fine, but nothing special. The desserts looked great, but they didn’t have gluten free options, so that was disappointing.
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