Saw this place on my trip north via I-35, had it on my list to hit on my way back. I was not disappointed. Don't let the outside appearance influence you - if you want to go to Ruth's Chris Steak House, then do so and stop complaining about places like this on TA. This is not fine dining, and it's not meant to be. The servers were immediately attentive, and I had one of the coldest beers I've ever had the pleasure of holding in front of me in moments. Full of kitchy Elvis memoribilia, there was plenty to keep my eyeballs entertained during my short wait for dinner. It did not disappoint. Ribeye, corn, and deep fried okra. I've had more than my fair share of ribeye steaks, and this one is up in the top 3. Had to wash it down with another one of those ice cold beers, and walked out with my own bottle of BobbyQue 3am BBQ Sauce. Satisfied. Well done, Barn.
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