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    Ive never eaten at a signature restaurant either!



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    I had agreat meal at the california grill this year but iwould like totry yachtsman steakhousenext year





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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 235614
    I have actually not dined at any of the signature restaurants. Although, I would love to give Artist Point a go.
    AP really is a good restaurant.
    Due to its location, being off the monorail loop and a bit "out of the way", I have found that this is one of the easiest of the signature restaurants to secure an ADR if you leave it late in trying to sort out your dining arrangements.





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    I don't know if Chef Robert is still there, but he used to create the most incredible dishes at Artist Point. They bill themselves as gourmet American, which translates into some pretty amazing meat and potato dishes!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 235691
    I don't know if Chef Robert is still there, but he used to create the most incredible dishes at Artist Point. They bill themselves as gourmet American, which translates into some pretty amazing meat and potato dishes!
    I also don`t know if Chef Robert is there, but this is the only on-site place where I know what I`ll be ordering before I get there! [Buffalo Steak followed by Fruit Cobbler].....who needs a menu anyhow?





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    Herself likes buffalo too, Slowhand! I'm not as huge a fan, but them I'm too fussy by half.

    I do really enjoy this restaurant though, everything from the food choices (minus the buffalo ) to the view (the corner table with the windows is our favorite area) to the excellent service.

    The little lounge is a nice place to have a pre or post dinner drink, as well!






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    I'm giving some serious consideration to the Buffalo Steak myself this time around.





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 235698
    I'm giving some serious consideration to the Buffalo Steak myself this time around.
    It`s reputed to have very low fat and cholestral [sp?] compared with other red meats John.





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    Yes, that's true Slowhand. Herself has cardiac history, and our doc recommended buffalo as a replacement for beef or, GRASS fed beef as a replacement for grain fed (or g-d knows what else fed) beef.

    So far it's done the trick. Her cholesterol levels are normal now where they were NOT previously.






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    I'm going for buffalo, never had it before but I love meat. Jon I think will go for the salmon!














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