My spouse and I enjoyed two of the dinner salad items when we stopped by Durango's Steakhouse during late March 2013, but the devils on our shoulders - and the aromas in our noses - strongly encouraged us to go for one of the beef items - the Cowboy Ribeye really caught my attention. The fun is watching the grillmaster over the oakwood fired grill. The guy must be roasting, but he gives a good show to all who watch. The service was fine, we had no more than a 10 min wait during a busy Sunday evening dinner period. With tax and tip, we made it out for under $30 and we are good tippers with a good waiter. Good value for good food - we almost went back the next night and would if we had a third night!