first of all they do not have a pouring liscence, yet they are a saloon, and allow brown bagging. it's almost over decorated, which to me usually means they are trying to take your mind off some other problem either with pricing or food. neither of these 'issues' should bother you in the least and we cannot wait to return for another meal here. the decor is cowboyish, re-enforcing the saloon title, with a goodly portion of sons of confederate veterns, telephone an lock collector, and just dog gone anything nifty looking to a guy about my age. there is a picture of babe ruth, one of bonnie parker, some jessie james wanted posters, and more late 1890's scenes of cowboys camping under the stars. plus a lynard skynard poster for good measure. rich wood accents give the place an earthy comfortable feel, highlighted by a magnificent ceiling made of panneled doors. let's just say i did not mind the short wait to be served. for the meal, my eyes were busy.....delishious yeast tea biscuits, refilled snappily, fried potatoes were real, thin, hand cut, and perfectly prepared served alongside a hamburger steak topped with grilled onions and a rich brown gravy with fresh mushrooms. all real!!!! yes, it was really was a hamburger steak made from fresh ground beef not some pattied frozen from some food broker's closet in chicago. my better half had fried shrimp and mashed potatoes. the taters were fresh, REAL potatoes, delicately seasoned with salt and pepper and butter. there was no garlic added to confuse the issue, just mighty fine mashed potatoes. shrimp were not fresh but nicely done, and tasty, and served a dozen to an order which hasn't happened often enough here lately.service was friendly, attentive and genuine. server was from cleveland, owner was from savannah and has a son living in wichita ks now. we are in love with this new found gem of a food emporium. menu has something for everyone from burgers to wings, salads to homemade peanut butter ice cream, steaks, chicken and i beleive a saw a salmon dish listed which i will definitely sample next visit, which would be tomorrow, but alas they are closed mondays. open for supper other days of the week at 5pm. they hit he nail squarely on the head with a ballpine hammer. OUTSTANDING IN EVERY RESPECT
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