Okay, it's only one restaurant, but you get the feeling that it's multiple places because there are multiple structures - a large barn, several more formal dining rooms, a large bar area, a smaller bar (in a separate building), etc. The menu is good, but it would be nice if it changed more frequently. The food is not cheap, but is quite good. It's a good place for business luncheons. The atmosphere doesn't lend itself to romantic meals, as it's very open and can be loud. It's [only semi] jokingly called "Cougar Clyde's" due to the clientele in the bar areas on Thursday and Friday evenings.