This was my second visit since opening. A friend and I have the pattern of going to the movies once a week when our schedules permit. Both of our wives have different tastes in movies (and maybe food).
Anyway, it was Veteran's Day and my friend is a veteran. His meal, the Country Fried Sirloin, was free. We knew that the Veteran's Day benefit was offered for lunch, but we were surprised when it was valid at dinner. He could have been charged for the dinner and would not know. I think his sides were Caesar salad and a baked potato. I had the Road Kill dinner which is ground sirloin (with onions, mushroom and cheese). My sides were corn and applesauce. It is supposed to start out at 10-ounces. Cooked it was still ample and good...because of my own habits, I took about half of it home for another day's lunch. Each of us had a 10-ounce glass of draft beer (Yuengling as I recall). My full price meal was somewhere around $12 total with beer. My veteran friend was less. Service was efficient and good, so I believe we each left 20% on the value of the meal. Like many restaurants of today, this is not a quiet place. Servers dance in the aisles from time to time. Music background is loud. Then we were off to the 14-screen movies across the parking lot!