Started eating at this place as a kid back in the 1960's. Two stops we never missed in those days were the trips to Angelo's and to Captain Anderson's.
Fast forward to 2014. The place is still there for sure. We went with a party of seven on a Sunday night and were seated immediately. Looking around, I was a little unsure of our choice. The place is definitely showing its age. It's an old-school steakhouse and it looks like it. The other impression that I had was that the dining room is definitely different than the cookie-cutter restaurants designed these days. Most newer restaurants are set up for parties of 4 or less. Angelo's has a large number of tables that are set up for large families. Not coincidentally, there were quite a few of those there.
We ordered Onion Rings for the table as an appetizer. These things were huge and heavily breaded but not as greasy as I'd have thought from my first look.
The steaks were all cooked to our specifications. I had the ribeye, done medium, and it came out with a warm, pink center. The meat was tender and had good flavor.
The prices were very competitive for a steak dinner. The dinners all came with a salad and a choice of sides. They served some really tasty Texas toast along with the entrees.
Angelo's has been there for years and, from my experience, they continue to deliver a consistent product. Can you buy a better steak in Panama City? I don't know. If you do, you're probably going to pay much more for it and likely will be ordering it ala carte. If you're looking for a place to feed steak for a family, I'd say that you're going to have to look far and wide to find one in the Panama City at a better overall value.
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