It doesn’t look like much from the outside, and the décor inside is heavy on taxidermy, but if you look beyond the casual appearances, they’re slinging some great food in here. The menu ranges from pretty affordable sandwiches and burgers to rather pricey cuts of what is touted as local dry-aged beef. I’m a fan of dry aging, so I gave it a shot, and it did not disappoint. It was deeply flavorful, well-seasoned and clearly accurately described as dry aged. I’ve had better steaks for a lot more money in big cities, but this was a really nice surprise in rural Ohio. The only complaint was that my rare steak came out medium rare. My wife went for the fish special, which she enjoyed thoroughly. Sides were a bit pedestrian, but everything was competent. Just a few miles off the highway, this is a great alternative to the depressing chain options in town.
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