I showed up at 4pm on a Saturday looking for $2-5NL, but there wasn't a game. There was only a list. My name went 7th and in a few minutes we started a game shorthanded. It was probably an hour before we filled the table. Around 7pm we lost a player or two to the tournament and I gave up and went to dinner. The game was lively for an hour or so, but by the time I left is was a limp fest. There were several tables of $1-2 going if that's your game.
The poker room has its own room on the second floor away from the casino noise and it's quite nice as is the whole property. It's a big place and a pretty good walk from the parking garage.
Management was friendly walking me through the process of getting a player's card 60 cents an hour for $1-2 and $3 for $2-5. The servers were on the ball and a constant presence unlike the Isle of Pompano where they seem over-worked. The restrooms were close by. You could order from the menu and eat at the table.
There is a lot more action and variety over at the Isle but I will be back to give this place another spin.