Enjoyed a meal with a group of 7 friends. We were seated at a large table in a small room with the table being situated directly in front of a propane fireplace. After a short while, those of us with our backs to the fireplace found our seats getting very hot. The menu was quite limited, only 2 pages in length covering everything from appetizers to side dishes. Although known for their prime rib and steaks, I found the prices for those menu items quite high, so opted for a Bourbon and Garlic Chicken Breast. It was a small chicken breast but had lots of meat on it. I found the bourbon sauce to be quite sweet, which just wasn't to my taste. It came with a chef's potato which was basically a whipped potato and 3 chunks of carrot. We all shared several loaves of freshly made bread while waiting for our dinner. Another at the table got the mushroom ravioli which apparently tasted quite good, but the portion size was rather small. Although, it may have just looked that way because it was served in a very big bowl. A couple ordered prime rib (8 oz) and found it very good. One ordered a large sized prime rib (called the RT Cut) which was 16 oz. There was enough meat to take some home. A few of the group enjoyed the apple crisp desert, although I didn't see anything on the desert menu that appealed. I certainly didn't leave the restaurant hungry, but my wallet was a lot lighter.
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