Restaurant is either new or under new management. Did not have a liquor license yet. Decor was western with pictures of old Alamosa. Tables had plastic table clothes. No bread plates and butter served in plastic thimble. Salad dressings came separate from salad and filled a dish as large as the salad dish. My wife ordered small fillet mignon-- waiter came back from kitchen and said they were out, one hour after opening on a Friday night. She then ordered 8 oz sirloin and I had 12 oz ribeye. Both steaks were identical size and shape, were thin and boneless. Tasted okay, but more like cooked in steam oven than on a grill. I read the menu to say that there was a vegetable seerved with the entre in addition to potato, but none was served. Prices seemed high for location and atmosphere. I don't think this restauarant is ready for prime time as of April 2012.