Who would have thought that the food at the Angus Barn could be so delicious. The Angus Barn truly looks like a barn -- red walls, white trim, etc. In fact when you walk in, it resembles a Cracker Barrel or some kitschy kind of tourist trap. With checkerboard table clothes and a good 'ol boy, folksy, country kind of setting, opening the menu and seeing the prices for the first time knocks the wind out of you. That, coupled with the service, brings you back to the reality that the Angus Barn could be a darn fine restaurant. Despite the trappings, the food is not cheap -- a rib eye (my favorite) will set you back almost $40. But I'm getting ahead of myself.
They feed you excellent stuff when you sit down -- I don't remember quite what it was (bread, I think), but I ate too much of it. that and the Texas toast (a whole lot better than Sizzler's), so by the time that my rib eye arrived, I was stuffed with carbs. Undaunted, my first slice into my steak revealed a tender, juicy and just-the-right-color piece of heaven. Wow, it was pretty delicious. Kind of like a Morton's hidden inside of a Cracker Barrel.
At any rate, the service was superb, the food delicious, and the setting was part of the fun, I guess. Eat here, be prepared to pay a bunch, but enjoy the meal!
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