It is stuck in the hallway, but the tables are good sized, and a good amount of room between the tables. Hard to find, but once you're there, very comfortable room.
Usually one or two good players per table, the rest are there to have fun and to gamble. I did lose some pots that I "deserved," but play the law of averages here and you'll do fine. My worst session out of four was a six hour stint that I only went up $80.00 at a 3/6 table, and that was what I left with after all tips and rake.
Not a lot of screwups, but they only spread Hold'Em so pretty easy to run the table. Some dealers were a bit better at defusing temper tantrums than others.
I really liked most of these waitresses, but I'm a 50 year old pervert. I don't drink, so I don't know how good they'd be at a complicated order...how can you screw up a club sode or cup of coffee.
They want the room to work for the players, and keep track of short tables to reduce the rake, keep control of unruly behavior, and make timely fair rulings when needed.
The $3 hour comp rate is terrific.