This restaurant was close to our hotel, and the parking lot was packed with cars, but it was a snare and a delusion.
We were greeted nicely at the door and brought to a nice table. From the beginning it was a little loud, with the people talking and the music playing. The menu has a lot of good food mentioned, but this is Texas, so you have to have steak, don't you?
We ordered the prime rib, which comes with soup or salad and Shiner Bock beer bread. We added macaroni and cheese, which is extra. Indeed, sides are extra and run the price up quickly. My husband's wine choice was good, with both body and complexity. The meat was good, but not memorable, the salad was ordinary, but the macaroni and cheese had this weird smoky taste, that was not something I would ever order again.
Our server was sweet, but a little overenthusiastic in making menu selections. At the end of the service, the corporate nature was apparent, as our waitress pressed us to join the Landry's "club".
We didn't have dessert, as we decide to go to our hotel later that evening for it.
This place is okay, but we probably won't be returning. It's a Landry chain, and compared to the local places we ate at on this trip it came off badly.
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