The dining area is the area of a room in which diners are seated. This usually apples to a restaurant setting.
3-star is an overall average hotel. these aren't very expensive. 4-star is a good relatively good hotel for families. it costs more than a 3-star but less than a five-star. 5-star is an all-around amazing hotel. it is usssually the most expensive.
You're thinking of "Showbiz Pizza". It had a large singing anamatronic ape on the keyboard as the stage show, as well as a cheerleading dog and other instrument playing animals. This franchise was bought out by "Chuck-E-Cheese" and the stage show was converted into other animals with Chuck-E as one of them.
Today, the McBarge is anchored just offshore in Burrard Inlet in British Columbia
My husband and I ate at the Bellagio Buffet on a Saturday Night, it cost us almost $40.00 a person, well worth it for the desserts alone.
The Sterling Brunch at Ballys has all-you-can-eat lobster tail, caviar, champaign, rack of lamb, fillet mignon, etc, etc.
It's only on Sundays from 9:30am - 2:30pm.
Most importantly it costs $85 per person.
Second and Third are the Wynn @ $38 and the Bellagio @ $37. But only on Fri/Sat. Every other day they charge quite a bit less.