Bar service good/attentive. Dining table available in a timely manner. Order for drinks taken, but took about 15 minutes to get them (to the table). Ordered our food, and it took about 30-40 minutes for our meals to come. Soup and salad bar was plentiful and fresh. Orders included 2 perch dinners (one sauteed and one broiled) a deep fried haddock plate and a pot pie. All 3 orders of fish required taking the breading off, as it was so salty (like a salt lick was a comment made). No one finished their fish. The waffle fries were plentiful for one of the orders, but for the one with the baby reds, there were 3 little ones. I ordered the pot pie. It was plentiful with veggies and tender chicken and a great crust, it just lacked flavor. We definitely won't be back for the Fish Fry, but look forward to giving the prime rib a chance. It has been a long time since we had brunch there, but it was very good. Cocktails seemed a bit pricey (but it is Green Lake)...over $5 for an old fashion with rail whiskey and over $7 for a crown & water. Server was attentive. Other tables that put in their order after ours, came before ours, but that is a kitchen thing, versus a server issue.
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