We ate in the lounge portion of the building (enter through the back). Throw back from the 50's. Red booth's and table cloth's. Martini's are good (not many places in Blythe have a full bar). Dean Martin would be at home. I had the Top Sirloin and the cut was good and cooked right. The baked potato was dry, but adequate. The salad bar was small, but delicious. If you eat dinner in Blythe, make it early, many of the restaurants in town close at 9 pm.