trapped without wheels for the weekend at a hotel up the street, this development is withing walking distance and should provide a venue of dining options and entertainment. Among the selections are a bowling alley with food, a greek place, a bier garten (!), an upscale bar, and of course, a T Keiths. I'm not so sure about how much I loved this place. Characterized by a large 'guitar shaped' bar in the center, which you really cant see standing so cloe to it, until you see the model of it hanging overhead. Quite literally unimpressive. There are large screen tv's across the bar streaming sports, so I wasnt sure if I was in a sports bar, or a country and western venue. I guess the management just punted to be on the safe side.
Seated by the waitress station I had a wide screen's take on the comings and goings of server activity. I was seated quickly (it was early) and order taken. I started with some torilla soup which was hot and tasty. Then I waited. And Waited. And I hate to say, waited some more. I'm guessing my pulled pork sandwhich was still being pulled from the pig. After several eye opening ice teas it finally arrived. Perhaps the plate was exceedingly large, the sandwhich appeared on the small size. There was a smidgeon of sweet tater tots on the plate for which the waitress profusely apologize, and said there'd be more out when cooked (I guess they were still frozen at the time). I was underwhelmed to say the least. I had asked about the St Louis ribs but the waitress could not vouch for the fact they might 'fall off the bone' (which is a personal preference) so i'm glad I didnt go with that. I think the drink to food ratio is kinda high for most patrons, so none of the other reviews should be taken without that in mind. A large dance floor to the rear was getting geared up for live music...likely country ;-) but it was scheduled for 10, I'm guessing it didnt get going until well after that, based upon the speed of how everything else seemed to move like molasses. But that's the south for ya. This'd be an accurate replica in snowy Chi town. I did not hang around to see what was in store. It is open until 4 am. Perhaps things got more interistin' at that hour. Certainly, I hope a little less conversation.
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