Nice enough room, free coffee, magazine racks with Bluff, etc. Handy to entrance and bathrooms. Not exactly cozy due to it's size, but no complaints.
Played 4 of the daily 10 AM and 2 AM $60 bounty games. I cashed 3rd in 1 and chopped for 1st in another and went deep in the other two. These games are filled with regular locals who make it known they are Facebook friends with the dealers, and that you're on their turf. However, when it comes down to it, they still think an ace with a 4 kicker is the nuts on any AJQ board facing a 3-bet. Saw a lot of rebuys due to this kind of spaz out. Tons of limping with any two from any position, but hard to punish without a 10x re-raise because you're likely going to get looked up by half of them because they want to see a flop. Overall, civil manners and at least they know what they are doing when it comes to game flow and rules. (Nobody asking what "antes" are, like the Monte Carlo.)
Not overly friendly. Jennifer and Dom were the most personable. I won't out the grumpy ones, but none of them seemed particularly happy to be there. Still, they dealt well and made minimal mistakes while keeping the game flowing at a decent pace.
Regularly checked in on the table and brought drinks within a reasonable time.
Had little interaction with management, be registration was easy and the one floor decision to be made was quickly addressed with minimal fuss.
Nothing for tourney players that I was made aware of. I understand there are the usual comps and bonuses for the cash game crowd.