I had no plans to dine here but when I passed by it caught my attention. There was a large outside dining area and from what I could tell from afar a significant number of TVs in play. Upon entering you get the look and feel of an upscale sports bar. There are probably 18 – 24 large TVs in various spots with five alone on each side of the large rectangular bar. There are also two dozen beers on tap. I ordered the boneless chicken ginger sesame sticks ($10) and the meat loaf ($15) at the recommendation of the waitress. Two sides come with it so I opted for cole slaw and fire roasted vegetables. The boneless chicken was so large that they looked like bananas on a stick. I was impressed until I tasted them. While the chicken was moist and tender the Asian sauce was just awful. It didn’t get any better after that. The two meatloaf slices were grilled and had no taste other than the burnt sauce that was on them. The cole slaw looked great but was awful and the vegetables were just chunks of onion and pepper. I think I could have added spices and some eggs to saw dust, mixed it up, added ketchup and it would have been better.
So if you are into sports bars and beer this is the place for you, just make sure you eat before you get there.
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