I have taken many trips to Prescott and wanted to eat here. Heard good things. There were 14 in our group. The place is small. Thank god it was a slow weekend in Prescott. Waitress was good. It was warm and stuffy, but she let us open the door for some cool air. It took a while to get things rolling with our drinks and salad. Table behind us came in after us and received their entree before we received our salad. The Mrs. ordered the 8 oz filet mignon. I ordered the BBQ ribs. The steak was excellent. Tender and cooked the perfect medium rare. The ribs were good. Definitely have steak over the ribs next time. Would love to try their prime rib if I get the chance. All in all...pretty place for a steak. Just don't go with a large group. Take a look at the kitchen at the end of the bar and you will know why. Would give a four purely on food, but slow service, stuffy place, and bad musician knock it down to a three.
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