A very small restaurant with a bar side and a dining side. We do not like to dine in the bar and so we were seated in the restaurant side. Either side of the aisle were red booths with tables affixed that came out into the aisle to allow for additional diners. Waitress was friendly and efficient. Many horseracing pictures throughout.
We ordered a Prime Rib for Two that cost $38. It was a 22 oz. on the bone cut that my husband cut in half. Each diner had their choice of sides plus soup or salad. Bread was also served. The meat was cooked perfectly. Wine prices were reasonable for the most part. We would return.
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