To be fair: This restaurant is a busy place and appears to attract a loyal local clientele. People have different tastes and different priorities. If food quality is not as important to you as are big portions, and if your concept of atmosphere includes multiple TVs tuned in to sporting events not only in the bar area, but in the dining room, as well, hey, this is your home away from home. If food and flavor matter, however, go elsewhere (or, if you're taken there by friends, order a burger, the safest bet). I had the "Chicken Victor," a house specialty. It was wretched--made me swear to myself never to mock chain restaurants again. Sounded good: sliced chicken breast with artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, olvies and feta over penne. What came out was goo over overcooked pasta in a cloyingly sweet sauce. Inedible. My wife had a steak salad. Steak was of poor quality and, again, glazed with a sweet sauce that was pure yuck (sweet sauces seem to be the kitchen's general approach to food)...and the dreary iceberg lettuce was straight from the 1960s. This is the kind of place where guys keep their baseball caps on at the dinner table and watch the game while ignoring their wives. For some folks, that's comfortable and homey. For us, it's a red flag. But elderly relatives wanted to go there (close to their home) and they were happy with their food. So...if it's just a social occasion, fine. But if you want good food, go elsewhere. Even though we avoid chain restaurants, any of the chains on the Victor strip would have delivered better food...and we passed an interesting-looking little Indian restaurant at the edge of town--made us long for actual flavor.
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