To my mind travel should be about going new places and seeing new things -- the next day I ate at the Texas Road house next door to the Ramada, and it was exactly like every other Texas Road House in the country, except it had a replica NY yankees jersey hanging up where the <insert local here> space is on the wall. About as worth reviewing as a McDonalds. At least this place is different.
You haven't seen this resturaunt in many many years. Another person might look at it and say it needs to be totally gutted and refreshed, but there is nothing wrong with the flowered 1890 looking walpaper, the little booths, or the country kitchen furniture, it is just another era perfectly preserved. If they leave it alone for 10 more years it will be cool like a 1950's soda fountain is cool today.
The menu is right from that era as well, and so are the prices. We hit the end of the early bird menu, and they had $2 glasses of wine. $2 in 2012! Granted that was for your choice of Chablis or Burgundy -- wines no longer popular -- but the were to my parents, and remember, we are in 1972 here. They served this huge plate fo fish (see picture) for $8.95 -- you can't touch that for that price here in 2012.
They have a dinner buffet most nights, but most people seemed to show up for the early bird then take off, the resturaunt was empty at 7 pm when we left. And I think that is sad, becasue it is a piece of history. Visit it for that.
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