Our first experience was average, French Onion soup was made with a commercially purchased stock and on par with or slightly better than the frozen individual servings from Costco. Beer is what they are all about and they gave a very good craft selection along with the harder to find Crispin Cider.
Second experience was a bit better and enjoyed the burgers and beer. Beer is served in more of a European manner whereas it is not so cold that it dulls the favors, which is not what cowboy's may prefer.
Third meal was on Fathers Day and was once again just average. Unfortunately they had entertainment that was a lovely singer with a unique style and voice who was left unsupported by a horrific sound board and acoustics. This made our special day out with dad barely tolerable and the costly tab left a bad taste because we waited 55 minutes for our food ( steak special for dad, sausage, salad, and a burger) and had to yell across the booth to one another. The best part of the day was that we could share a laugh and wonder if this place is destined to go the way of all previous occupants. It takes more than flat screen tv's these days to attract diners. Perhaps they need to decide to go completely bohemian or completely sports bar, the in between atmosphere is a bit strange.