Despite arriving without a reservation during the supper rush, they quickly found a place for me to dine. My server was polite and energetic, suggesting drink and appetizer options. She returned quickly with a Summit Saga IPA and asked if I had any questions about the weekly specials or dinner menu. The flat iron steak special ($19.50 w/ soup or salad), French onion soup and mini-loaf of bread w/ cinnamon butter was all superb, as was the server's follow-up. The hostess and shift manager also checked on me, very unobtrusively, to ensure my needs were met. I discovered Goose Island Matilda on tap, which was a perfect accompaniment to the peppercorn demiglas seasoned steak, crisp steamed veggies and red-skinned mashed potatoes. A roasted tomato half with parmesan and herbs topped things off nicely. Although I passed on dessert, the offerings I saw looked wonderful. All in all, a very pleasant dining experience. The value deduct was for the $7 Matilda - a bit steep, considering the fact that the Saga was only $4.75 and is also a commendable microbrew - and pricing on some of the non-special steak offerings. However, in the midst of an oilfield boom, economics get skewed constantly.
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