We arrived early on a weekday afternoon and there was no waiting (a rarity here.) Our friends visiting from Florida were surprised with the atmosphere. Yes, it's a converted (and rebuilt a couple times) barn.
Several of us ordered the ONE POUND Filet Mignon. It was perfectly cooked to our specs. This is the very finest beef we have every eaten. If you like steak, THIS is the cut you want. $25, I believe. A bargain!
One of our friends ordered their renowned Prime Rib and asked for it medium rare. It arrived very well done! The server happily took it back and returned quickly with another cut medium rare. It was excellent.
I had the "Asian Noodles". This is purported to be a seafood dish, with noodles. It was very tasty and had lots of noodles. Not so much seafood. A few modest size shrimp, a couple little scallops and a few bits of other fish. I wasn't impressed. Probably would not order it again.
One of our friends asked the server about the barbeque. The server cautiously suggested avoiding it. "The worse BBQ I've ever had." (Oops. Hope the owners don't read this.) Our friend took her advice. I can't comment on it. We've been here just a few times and never tried the BBQ and not sure I ever will now. Maybe I'll ask for a "taste" next time.
Be certain to check their website (www.cuzs.com) for dates they are open. They close for the winter months and generally are open only Wednesday thru Saturday. But check before going. And try to avoid the busy times or you'll likely have a long wait time.
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