Yeah, it is real cool that the kids can play and have a great time. I really thought that was great. I didn't hear screaming kids, they were having a great time. The food was moderately decent, even though my filet mignon looked like someone stepped on it with a boot, but I could eat it.
Here is the part you all should PLEASE beware. I was sitting exactly in front of where the servers were getting the drinks. I asked for a glass of water with lemon and didn't pay attention when it came to me, because I was looking at the menu. While were eating our meal, I happened to look up and see the servers coming up and getting glasses of water, or tea, picking up a slice of lemon, and plopping it in the glass with their bare hands. No big deal you may think. Well, think about this, They just handed you a pen, that every one has touched for the last 6 hours, half of them haven't washed their hands after they went to the bathroom, or done other disgusting acts, and signed their bill with that pen. She just picked up that pen, put it in her pocket for the next person, and she now has new germs on her fingers, which she deposited on your lemon. You may just as well have gone and sucked on the fingers of the ugly guy who had ribs, sucked them dry, picked his nose, went to the bathroom and didn't wash his hands, and is now signing the check with that pen. Those little wipes don't cut it. Bring your own pens to restaurants is my best advice. Then, make sure you don't have those little girls from this restaurant bring you lemon because you have no idea where their hands have been. Oh, I forgot to tell you the other thing. After she plopped the lemon in the glass, she dried her hand on her backside. Yeah, that is exactly what you want to see in a server. The utmost in professionalism. I won't go back but I have friends who rave about the place. I won't risk my family's health, I don't know why anyone would.
The kids do like the peanuts, and they were friendly. I told management about this incident, but how long will the actions last before they actually go back into their old ways. Not long. It will take much longer to break this habit than it took to make it. I would bet it if I were to go in there tomorrow, I would find the same poor hygiene practices, and that is just plain acceptable.