We ate at Eddie's Supper Club because of a recommendation from La Quinta, who said that we'd better reserve somewhere since there was a conference in town. The place is miles away on the eastern edge of town in a residential area. Its an unprepossessing square block of a place and you can tell from the approach that its probably unlikely that you're heading for a gastronomic experience here. The place was virtually empty, and its obvious that little has changed here (including many of the staff) for a few decades. My Prime Rib was adequate, that's all, but the dinner salad they served up to both of us was very unappetising and my wife's ground beef had no distinguishing marks.
Great Falls must have better than this? And if so then why did La Quinta recommend this one?
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