Played some NL Hold 'Em tournies here a few months ago. I was looking for a place with a buy-in in the casual range (i.e. $30-$60). Harrah's was my previous go-to for this kind of relaxed tourney but they shut down their poker room after Covid.
The management was nice, and I found the room to be comfortable. Drink service here is an issue; it's just too slow even with the caveat of being free.
The biggest drawback was the prize payout. The entry fee was $35 and re-buy was the same. One night I came in tied for 2nd place but had to re-buy so was in for $70. There was admittedly a small number of entrants that night (maybe 15 or 16) but the 2nd place prize ended up to be only like $86 (the guy in 3rd and I did chop the 2nd+3rd but our combined pie really should have been bigger). That's just a razor-thin margin and not worth the 3-4 hours of play if you end up in any cash position other than 1st. If you check the buy-in details the deduction is really high so this made sense when I consulted how much they hold back for the house, but even still, that's a really light payout.
Finally, this needs to be said: one of the dealers here, a short guy in glasses named Norberto, is not fit to deal cards in a poker room. He was unprofessional and making mistakes constantly. He'd forgot to deal you your cards and, when questioned about it, would claim you folded them. He's a bad liar too which just makes the whole thing worse. Maybe he's still here; maybe he isn't. But at some point, keeping people like this around makes your operation look bad.