I just don't get it. Went here based on the wonderful reviews and still mad about the distance we traveled for the quality received. My first clue should have been the one car in the parking lot on a Friday evening. We were greeted promptly and led to an empty dining room; we were the only ones there and the run of the place. The smell in the restaurant is well beyond rustic. You will be overpowered with the musty, dank smell. We were quickly assaulted by small flies that we battled the entire meal. After fifteen minues of sitting all alone, the hostess reappeared and asked if we had seen a waitress yet. She apologized and found a waitress who complined the entire time of being pulled away from what she was doing when other "lazy as*es" could help out sometime. We were so shocked, we didn't know quite what to say. On to the food; Salad was ok, plain with the obvious bottled and sickly sweet dressing. I ordered the "King" cut prime rib and a stuffed potato. What I recieved was a small, gray slab of meat cook on a previous date. This was NOT fresh prime rib and had absolutley no taste whatsoever! The stuffed potato was fresh out of the microwave as the outside was blistering hot and the inside was ice cold. My wife had the crab stuffed filet which she enjoyed, could not stand the flavorless, microwave vegetables though. The cold dinner rolls served with dinner tasted just like the plastic they just came out of. The red wine was served in these tine, toy-like wine glasses. Ended up with two of these tiny flies in my wine through the meal. So much for showcasing your wines. This entire meal and experience was a disaster ! I hate to seem so negative, but I have not had a dining episode like this in many years and hope to save someone the aggravation who might think it's a good idea to travel any distance to try this place out. Total bill was $97.00 for the two of us and that really bothers me for the service and food we expeirenced.