Breakfast: waffles, eggs, bacon, turkey sausage, potatoes, french toast, biscuits, breakfast burritos with chorizo, potatoes, salsa and more. Lunch: flatbreads topped with cheese, pepperoni or marinated beef with onions; house, caesar, chopped chicken, steak and roasted veggie salads; hot turkey, chicken or mahi sandwiches; burgers. Dinner includes pasta, pasta with chicken, open-face roast beef sandwiches and a vegetarian option.
Faster service and less expensive than The Wave, but still has its quirks. For one, you place your order on an ATM-like touch-screen kiosk, leaving one to wonder whether dining at a $300 per night resort is supposed to feel like the self-checkout aisle at the grocery store. If you want to modify your order in any way - say, hold the onions on the flatbread - you have to walk to the pick-up window and instruct the staff. The food is fresh and tasty, but the ordering process is a bit convoluted. Noise from the nearby Chef Mickeys can drown out all but the most enthusiastic conversationalist.