The room is separated from the slots and table games area by a half wall and there is a lot of walk-by traffic. It is a little noisy from the bank of slots right behind the room, but it gives the room an active vibe even if there are only one or two tables running. The chairs are standard. The tables are huge, which gives the players a lot of room to sit.
This is the epitome of a small stakes room. Standard plays without getting too out of line will get the money. Late night/early morning sessions can be very profitable (as long as you are fairly rested).
Dealers were quite good. I didn't see any egregious errors and I don't recall seeing even minor errors in the four sessions I played there. Dealers have personality, but do a very good job of keeping consistent with the mood of the table. If the table is light and joking, they will encourage that, but they don't make themselves the center of the show. Dealers are very dilligent about ensuring the no 'f-bomb' policy.
Service is timely. There are not top-shelf liquors available, but that is more a product of the property than the poker room. Servers vary in looks from acceptable to pretty good-looking.
The floor people made proper rulings every time, which is a major accomplishment with the high number of brand new players that are in the room. Brush and floors were always friendly and did a great job of seating players and dealing with problems. Frank and Jake were both terrific and made sure that players felt welcomed in the room
Comps are two bucks an hour, which can be used on your room at check-out. You can't do much better than that.