My husband and I don't eat much red meat, but decided to treat ourselves. When first walking into the restaurant, you would never know it was a former Border's bookstore. The walls are a warm orange-brown tone with all kinds of western memorabilia and pictures, but not overdone. The room is spacious and nice since you aren't sitting on top of other patrons.
Service was excellent. Our server made sure everything was good, but was not annoying. She knew just when to check in with us but didn't linger.
The menu includes sandwiches and chicken. Dinner entrees come with a choice of two kinds of salads, bread and a unique choice of sides. The salads are quite large and fresh. We didn't try any appetizers because we wanted dessert.
We both ordered our steaks medium and they were cooked just right. I ordered a sirloin steak and a baked sweet potato with cinnamon and melted butter. It was delicious. My husband had a regular baked potato that was quite large, but very good along with his ribeye steak.
For dessert, I ordered the grilled pound cake with strawberries and blueberries. The pound cake was a little dry, but still very good. My husband ordered the key lime pie with graham cracker crust. The crust was moist and delicious.
Our total bill, with tea and coffee and tip came to $61.00. A bit pricey for two people, but it was a treat for us and the service was so good.
There are a some downsides: The restaurant does not take reservations but you can call an hour ahead and tell them you are coming. There are only two large tables for parties of 5 or more. The rest of the restaurant is all booths. The entrance is quite congested which does not allow for a smooth flow in or out of the restaurant especially at peak hours.
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