We dined here twice on a weekend get a way to Murphys. The food was good. Typical American fare with steaks, seafood and pasta. The first night was late evening dining out on the patio underneath large pine trees and starry skies. Despite the heat earlier in the day, the night was surprisingly cool. My husband had the lamb shank with brown gravy. Essentially, it was Irish stew. Still, it was delicious. I had the Calamari Dore. It was served with a white wine, butter and garlic sauce. This was good, but it was too garlicky for my taste. The service was slow, but we were fine with because the environment. The second night was a concert night, so we had an early reservation. the service was good. However, bees out on the patio forced us inside. We both had prime rib which was excellent. This food is not frou-frou, chi-chi elegant. It is really good American dining.
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