We were seated and then forgotten. Only about four other tables in the place occupied. Dad ordered the prime rib (he had prime rib from here last year and it was the best he ever had) however, this time the prime rib was full on grizzle and very tough to chew. Green beans were good along with the corn bread. I had the pulled pork sandwich, which was good. Waiter asked what we should do about dinner. We said at least half off, which is what we got. This prime rib dinner was inedible and the dinner should have been comped. Just left a bad taste of what little was eaten.
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