Look, we get it: the view is so breathtaking it. But I enjoy LSD whiling driving. And though the idea of eating on the lake seems like a good idea, what would make it complete would be edible food served to be by a human being.
Our waitress could not have cared less. When asked what came with our fish she said, "Uh ... grilled vegetables." What we got was a few mixed greens, aka lettuce. She had no idea the difference. Unreal. And the food was really so-so. I got a 3-oz. filet of mediocre salmon with some store-bought BBQ sauce slapped on at the end. Really poor. That cost me $22, no kidding. No veggie, no starch. Tiny piece of so-so fish.
The drinks were semi-tasty; at $9-11, they had better be. They certainly weren't big. And homegirl never asked if we wanted another drink until after we asked for the check. She actually made me angry with her service, and that's tough to do. First time I have not tipped 20 percent since I moved here in 2002.
I am telling you guys, if you want good food, pack a lunch yourself and walk the beach. Do not, I beg you, eat their food. The only thing I could be conned into doing is drinking one of their beers. How do you screw that up? I better not ask. I bet they could find a way. Really bad stuff.
Cons: Everything else, really