I've been to this hall several times now, and I've always been impressed with many things about it. I've never been one to write reviews about places, but this time I just have to announce how great my last visit was. I was there for a friend's wedding on Sunday, and the food. was. incredible. The main course was a surf and turf of steak and lobster tail, but this was no typical 3 oz tail that you see in most places, it was huge! You could see the butter dripping of the sides, it was tender but meaty, and I can't say enough about it. My girlfriend isn't much of a meat eater, so I had her steak too, but she love the lobster. The pasta had a creamy tomato sauce that was chunky enough to eat on its own. The sweet table was laid out very nice, as I've seen it before. The service was friendly and efficient. No, it's not the King Eddy or anything (which I've been to also, and can't say it's exceptional there, interestingly enough), but people have certain expectations of typical suburban banquet halls, and this place exceeds them. Even the manager came around, asked us how we're doing, and refilled our wine glasses without having to ask, then immediately replaced the empty wine bottle. I mean, who does that?Which brings me to why I'm writing this. I've read a lot of reviews for different eating places, but this is the first time I'm writing one. I believe most people that really enjoy a place don't necessarily write reviews to praise it, because they don't feel the need to. But if someone gets irked by something so trivial, they write a bad review, and that shouldn't be used to judge a place entirely. If I want to finally give praise to a place, I would want it to be given to a place like this one, as it totally deserves it.Because then people will read a review like the one previous to this one, that goes on about something I don't think anyone would even care about! He sounds like a bored and whiny DJ that enjoys his free food. I hardly think it's a helpful review in the least...but anyways, I digress...I asked around to see how long this hall has been in business, and someone told me about 20 years. And I was told that it's booked solid almost always throughout the year. Which goes to show, they're following a successful formula here. It's both traditional and timeless, something these new fancy shmancy halls should learn from. If you're looking for a hall for your next wedding, I highly, highly recommend this one. You won't be disappointed, and neither will your guests!