First time visit to this restaurant. Our party of four started with the Trio dip appetizer. Tortilla chips and the 3 dips were not outstanding but tasty. Two in our party ordered the Drunken Ribeyes, one got the prime rib, and the other got ribs.The ribeyes were good but could have been more tender. The prime rib was very good as were the ribs. The server was friendly and attentative as could be during the busy supper hour. The best thing about this evening was the reasonable prices. Compared to other restaurants in Charleston, 19.95 for a 14 oz ribeye with sides was excellent.
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