I only come here when I have a coupon (they're in the Entertainment book). Food is pretty decent, portions are large. Avoid the brisket (fatty). Beer selection is underwhelming. Don't get the house beer (some sort of amber), can't remember the name...no taste to it. One thing that is a standard here, though, is consistently bad service if you eat at a table. If you eat at the bar, you're OK, but that's probably because bartender's are much more attentive and customer-friendly than waitrons anyway.
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