The best Rib Eye I have ever eaten, and a mighty tasty Porterhouse to boot. I was shocked to know this restaurant has been under our nose for a very long time and we're just now getting around to trying it. There are three different dining areas, each with something different to offer. We experienced the "screened in back porch" and the tables and chairs were no better than what you'd find in an older church fellowship hall. But the food is DIVINE!!!
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