The Roadhouse has changed hands twice since last summer and the new owners need to work on getting it right. The previous 2 owners had some of the best prime rib one could ask for every Saturday night. Unfortunately our recent experience was disappointing to say the least. We got there early but were told a rare cut wasn't available. They would give us the rarest they could but it was well done. It supposedly was a 14oz piece but looked like a lot less based on previous prime rib we've had in the Roadhouse last year and this spring. In fact, it looked like it had been pre-cooked off site and then sliced and microwaved to serve. It's a decent, friendly locals hangout but they should stick to more basic fare like burgers and fries.
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