This is definitely one of those places that I wish I would have visited long ago. I had some friends who went to it years ago and said the food was great home cooking style food. It's an interesting building and history about it and the service was great as was the food. The Salad Bar Room was huge and honestly I could have just had that. All of the food on it was fresh and there is such a variety (everything from salads to soups, to even meatballs and bbq chicken tenders) that you could easily fill yourself up. The Pecan cinnamon rolls were excellent also.
I had the Tequila Chicken which I thought was excellent and the girlfriend had the Beef Stroganoff which was also excellent.
I was impressed that the hostess asked if our table by the window was alright or if we would like to be seated further back in the corner where it might be a bit more quite. I also heard her ask other people as they were being seated.
The only somewhat downfall was it was pretty bright in the room so not a romantic feel at all. But I expected that somewhat choosing to go there after de la Cruz Bistro was closed. It's definitely a nice place to bring the parents probably when you want to be able to talk at a normal level unlike many of the newer restaurants that are designed to be louder.
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