Our first trip to this restaurant, primarily a steak place. Not inexpensive but I gather steak prices have risen substantially due to the drought and cattle sell offs. Tables are well separated and ceilings are very high, so it is easy to have a conversation. The restaurant is a tribute to Texas history. Anyone with an interest in it will really enjoy the place, including the log cabin in one room. The food was good, though not exceptional. The service was attentive and the restaurant was quite clean. We had a fun evening.
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