First, we visited on the night of July 4th, so our 4* rating may have been higher on another night. This night the waitstaff was mainly composed of 25 y/o and younger, but the chef was on top of his game with a nice ribeye and baked potato. The bread was really the most outstanding part of the meal, I. That it was very light and served warm-hot, making the butter easily soaked deep into the core! The ribeye steaks had a nice Smokey flavor and at only $26, was reasonable for the location. The ambiance is nice for couples or parties up to about 10-12, who want to be able to converse. We didn’t have room for dessert, so that is a compliment to the portion size! Waitstaff was slow with water refills, but again it was a holiday and while slow they were very polite!
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