First, the good: The portions were generous, but not over the top. The desserts were delicious.
Now the bad: The sandwiches are often served open faced without that being mentioned in the menu, the iced tea was weak, the smoked sausage appetizers were way too spicy for all but one member of our party, and the Texas Sirloin appeared to be crappy prime rib. It looked and tasted like a tough beef roast with all of the separating lines of grain. I even asked the waitress, and she insisted it was sirloin. Everyone in my party agreed it wasn't (we're from Texas) and made fun of me for ordering Texas Sirloin in Pennsylvania. Lesson learned. I figured, how bad could you screw up steak? Apparently, pretty bad when you don't know your cuts of beef. Also bad, the prices. For being in the middle of nowhere, their prices were higher than most eastern NY restaurants.
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