After seeing many of the reviews on Trip Advisor my wife and I decided to eat at this restaurant and also after having a recommendation form the front desk person at our hotel. It was after dark when we went there and I point this out because there are little signage for the location and when it is dark it appears as a mining shack at the edge of town. There was no lights in the parking area.We walked onto a small front porch apparently designed to keep the weather out of the building. Once inside we saw nothing but a bar with several cowboys seated at the bar. A person behind the bar wanted to know if we had come to eat and we acknowledged "yes". We went through a couple of swinging doors, just like the saloons of the old west and low and behold there was a large dining room with many customers. We were seated and given a menu and I almost fell out of my seat. The prices are definitely New York City (or close to) prices. I just was not willing to pay the prices posted for a steak or prime rib since I knew nothing about this place. I settled for fried catfish at $19.50 for the patter which when served was three pieces. The crust was non descript and tasted as though it was pancake mix batter without any spices. The fish was eatable but I would never pay $19.50 for three pieces of fried catfish. My spouse ordered the chicken marsala which she has eaten many-many times. This particular dinner had an ample portion of chicken with the meal being cooked in a lot of wine. Apparently the chef did not cook the meat with the wine as it tasted as though the meat was cooked and then soaked in wine. The taste was extremely strong and she chose to leave about half of the meal on her plate.The wait service was very good as just a couple of waitress seemed to be traveling constantly to service all the tables. Without a drink and only a salad and entrees, plus tax and tip we had a meal that cost close to $50 and no way was that a $50 meal. We were very disappointed. I am convinced that I should have ordered steak however I could easily have dropped $100 for dinner in this place.
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