When you drive past, this place looks like a liquor store, because the liquor store is in front, the restaurant in back. The liquor store came first, then, about thirty years ago, the steakhouse. Inside, it is a classic bar/steakhouse. Curved banquettes and tables for diners, dim lighting, friendly and helpful staff. We both had a ten ounce rib eye with potato, salad, and texas toast, prepared to order, yummy. The restaurant was reviewed on Diner's, Drive-Ins, and Dives. We were happy with our meal.