This is an old barn converted into a two level restaurant. We stopped by on a Thursday night arriving at about 7:30 PM. Thursday night has an advertised prime rib special but we were told that the prime rib was sold out. Looking at their regular menu, the prices were a bit high but if the food is good I am willing to pay a little extra. We ordered the bruschetta as an appetizer and it was well prepared and very good. At this point, I am thinking that we are in for a good meal and the prices are justified.
For the entree, I ordered steak tips with the advertised home-made french fries. The steak tips were average at best, the marinade was unremarkable and the french fries were terrible. I'll give them credit for trying to make homemade fries but they failed in their attempt, the fries were overcooked and glistening with grease when they were served. They looked like they had tried to heat up previously cooked fries.
On the other hand, my wife had a chicken taco salad that she reported as very good. The server was friendly and attentive and the food was delivered on time. Unfortunately, the food is not worth the price charged. We didn't bother to stay for dessert and decided that the experience was unremarkable and there are better places in the area to spend our restaurant dollars. The overall experience wasn't horrible but then again it wasn't good enough to get me to stop in again.
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