Had a nice meal at Blu Grotto over the holiday weekend. JR's description of the place is spot-on. I felt that the interior was a bit casino restaurant-like, but not in an over-the-top gaudy way. Wife and I were seated side-by-side at a two-person circular banquet ... nice romantic dining with a significant other, but maybe not so much if you are meeting a friend or business acquaintance. The circular ceiling of the main dining room is a screen of some type showing various images of clouds, shapes and famous horses. We found ourselves looking up throughout the meal. The food varied from ok to good, but nothing we ate wowed us. That said, the menu was very large and we arguably could have done a better job with our ordering as there were a bunch of things I would have liked to try. Service was spotty even though there were plenty of waitstaff/servers/runners. The best thing I ate was a starter salad of thinly sliced and shredded brussel sprouts with purple cabbage, apples and candied pecans. We also ordered a burrata which was a cold, disappointing mess. As we were finishing our appetizers our amuse of a tiny potato-like pancake with dill arrived (as noted, service issue) which was tasty. Our entrees were a spinach gnocchi in brown butter sauce for me and an alfredo linquine with crab meat for her. The handmade gnocchi were of the dense, not fluffy variety, and were good, but the accompanying brown butter sauce was a disappointment tasting more creamy than I expected. My wife's dish was overpowered by smoked bacon or some-related meat. It's possible this was listed in the menu description (the on-line menu is not the same as we received), but it was just too overpowering. Mid-way through our entrée we asked for some focaccia bread we saw was being served around us as tables were being seated (another service issue) and it was very good. We shared a very average ricotta cheesecake for dessert that we didn't finish. An additional complimentary dessert plate consisting of biscotti and cookies was very good. I had an excellent draft Belgian beer with a high alcohol content (11.5%) that I can't remember the name of (probably a result of having more than one). Overall, despite the few service flaws and the inconsistent food, we would return as we had a very enjoyable night out. I would re-order the brussel sprout salad, try a few other dishes and order more of the beer. There's also a new (to me) miniature golf-course adjacent to the restaurant if that's your thing.