The location is stunning, with waterfront views, especially if you have a table by the window. We have had Sunday brunch, breakfast, and dinner here.
The Sunday brunch offers plenty of options, including prime rib, and the food is good. The freshly made waffles are my favorite and the omelettes are excellent. The selection is quite varied, with meats, potatoes, pasta, decadent desserts, and traditional breakfast staples. The fruit was fresh and sweet. During our latest brunch visit, a wedding party was in the next room. The entire party left the room at once, causing huge lines at the buffet. This could have easily been better organized. Waiting with two small, hungry children was not pleasant.
Mid-week we visited for breakfast, which was a much smaller buffet. The freshly made omelettes were again delicious, however the french toast was a bit dried out, as if it had been sitting for a while. The food was just okay. At one point, a young bus boy got into an argument with a manager in front of customers - speaking to her as if he were back-talking his mother - which I found a bit off-putting.
Dinner was good, not amazing. The gnocchi is one of their better offerings, not overcooked or mushy, with a delicious, traditional tomato basil sauce. The Caprese salad is quite good and the filet mignon is tender. The chicken dish is just okay. Being an Italian restaurant, it would be nice to see a Tuscan chicken, a Marsala, or even a chicken parm option.
Giuseppe is the gem of the restaurant. He is friendly, welcoming, attentive, and made sure that everyone had a pleasant experience.
Overall, the atmosphere is beautiful, the service is very good, but there are much more affordable dining options nearby, if you don't mind leaving the resort.
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