The welcome was warm - a good start when out on your own. That continued all through the meal as the owner was present, attentive and not invasive (good skills).
Lou Rawls live on the big screen provided great background music and with reasonably close comfortable seating providing a family feel.
The meals looked big, so settled for corn entree and an entree serve of ribs, chips & veg - just enough and so very yummy.
So many other other 'not usual' meals on offer, shame limited time this trip.
Then I heard the description of the Key Lime desert, why not! More yum.
Most enjoyable evening, thank you.
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