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Reviewed On 4/25/2018 by Dustin W
First off I showed up Sunday for open shooting and had to wait over an hour for someone to show up. I didn't complain at that time and I probably should have. The range officer told me they had shooting Wednesday nights from 6 to 8 at the ou...
tdoor rifle range which was confirmed on my way out by 3 member and two staff members. Three friends and I showed up to go shooting Wednesday night and they tell us we should have called them first they don't have open shooting tonight. Are you kidding me I got the information from your staff members . Then Berry the general manager who looks like a old fat mr. Clean acted like it was my mistake. He said I should have called first because it's not posted on the website. I explained to him that I had driven over an hour and a half to get there and it confirmed the information with his employees . He was completely unsympathetic and could care less about my business. I told him that's not how to do good business but he did not care. My recommendation is that no one should use this business. It's ran by a bunch of liberals who could care less about honor and respect.
Reviewed On 8/21/2012 by Brittany P
We had our wedding and reception here. On-site catering only. They do not do chair set up, so if you plan on an outdoor wedding here, make sure you make arrangements for that. Beautiful view of the water. There were a few things that were a bit...
upsetting. The bill for the catering was for 10 people more than we agreed on There was supposed to be a smoking area open to us for outdoor drinks while smoking, but it was never offered. The food was mediocre, not at all "5 star restaurant" quality we were sold on. We ordered roast beef and au jus, but there was no au jus. They also ran out of fried chicken very early, and didn't bother restocking, so more than half of our guests did not receive any. The caesar salad was fantastic. The fettucini alfredo was served cold. We used the open bar, which was a bit pricy (quoted about $5-7 per person, it came to about $11 per person). They did a complete set up of the tables, and the offered linens, so the hall looked beautiful. Barry was a great guy to work with. He was very polite and professional. Parking lot is very spacious, and the grounds are beautiful. Great places for on-site pictures.
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