No doubt about it, Rooster's offers a unique dining experience. The restaurant is beautiful, and I really liked being able to look right into the kitchen. I also felt comfortable about the food we ate, as I knew that it was locally grown and raised. Not only was I eating fresh food, I was helping the local economy.
What I didn't like was the menu. It offers no descriptions of anything, not even the size of the steak (which was quite small for the price). However, both my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our meal and would go back.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.