Originally Posted by Sparticusbrewer22
I'm actually from Gaylord. Big Buck just changed its liquor licensing so that they are a distillery and a brewhouse (super expensive, though pretty cool). The sad thing is, while their beer-cheese soup is amazing, their service is atrocious. I've waited 20+ minutes to just get my server to approach our table (with or without water even) and the place is NEVER packed or very busy in general. If you make the drive, make it for the scenery of the place and the bar. Show up not so hungry so that by the time you get service, you actually are hungry and not starving. Have low expectations about service and you'll have a wonderful time.
Yeah, a coworker and I were there for dinner. They did appear under-staffed - although apologetic - some of the clientele seemed to have pretty high expectations. The parking lot had a lot of new-ish black shiny suburbans and such. I was a little nervous about the atmosphere.
We were just trying to relax and unwind and were not in a hurry.
Somebody dropped my rack of ribs on the way through the kitchen so they remade it. I got a free beer. I don't remember the name of the brew, but it was very good and it was hoppy and well hopped (does that make sense?).
The ribs were wonderful.