This is a must see place for sports fans and usually we go at least once during the Stanley Cup playoffs to enjoy some good food and watch on the big screens.
While the food is really quite tasty I will admit to it being a bit pricey. I personally can't afford to visit with a family often, although I'm not so sure that's the crowd they're looking for anyways.
Service has always been excellent and the actual dinners are always good. Some of my favorites are their fried baskets and their onion loaf to start with and their ribs are very good, but expensive.
Nice bar selection and always something to do between the 4 huge screens in the clubhouse (our favorite area to eat) and the many tv's scattered throughout the bar.
What I love most is that if there is a sporting event you want to watch, you can most always ask to speak to a manager and ask them to put it on for you. Even if it's on the small tv, they will usually oblige!
The biggest problem of this place is the price of their menu. Tends to be a bit pricey for anyone with older kids that can no longer order from the kids menu. Otherwise, it's a nice choice if you're a sports fan!