on September 17, 2006
This location of Hard Rock Cafe is very similar to others in the chain. Music memorabilia ALL around with various music videos and accompanying music resonating throughout the place.This was not our first visit to this restaurant, and certainly not our last. Food is reasonably priced (around $10 for entrees). Portions are big enough...not having you longing for more, but not so big that you have leftovers for 2 days.The food quality was great. My girlfriend had the Grilled Buffalo Chicken Sandwich (chicken, buffalo sauce, bleu cheese, and ranch dressing on a bun). She said that it was spicy enough for her palette but too hot for mine (she was right, but nonetheless very good. I had a grilled chicken club (grilled chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo on bread). My meal too was very good. The waiter, Thatch (I believe his name was), was very nice and attentive. He constantly checked in to see how we were doing, always offering refills on our sodas, and clearing the table in a timely manner. My girlfriend had admired a chocolate cake that was sitting out by the bar, and had made some comment about it and how good it looked. Shortly after he brought out the check, he brought over a small piece, saying that he had tried it out back and thought we should too (no charge by the way). VERY nice touch.We have never had a bad meal at a Hard Rock and this is no exception. It caters to all ages, although the young folks may not know some of the musicians featured :-). It can get busy at times, so if you know when you are going, do the online first in line seating The one bad side: the music volume and be considerably loud (it is that way in most locations). Sometimes it is a little difficult to talk to your dinner mate.AAA members: Don't forget your card. Present it and receive 10% off your check.Overall, good food, good service, and good atmosphere.
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