My family dined at Black Rock to celebrate a special occasion. The food was good- we had the filet mignon, which we cooked ourselves on 750 degree pieces of rock,, my son had burger and fries, my other son had spaghetti with meatballs and my daughter had the fried haddock with chips. The food was good- I think their ribeye steak cooked on the rock I had last time was better than the filet, though. It was also pretty reasonably priced. The atmosphere is ok, salad bar is ok, service is ok- nothing special. All in all, it is worth a visit, especially if you like good steak.