We wanted steaks, without the touristy atmosphere. This restaurant fit the bill, mostly. The exterior of the building is run-down and doesn't look promising at first glance. When you walk in, there's a bar up front and dining rooms in the back. We asked for seating in the back, away from the bar. The rooms are decorated with aging wood, western gear, and art. We found there were several other tourists in our company but a few genuine locals as well.
While waiting for our food, they brought a small loaf of wheat bread that looked, and tasted, freshly baked along with a generous amount of butter.
My boyfriend order a bacon and cheese steakburger. It was so large it looked like a steak on a bun with cheese, bacon, lettuce, and tomato piled high making it almost to tall to eat. He said it was good but couldn't finish the whole thing. His burger was served with homemade French fries that were so fresh and delicious, they can't be beat.
I had an 8 oz sirloin cooked medium well. It was just a touch pink on the inside on one half of the steak (the way I like it) and almost all pink inside on the other half of the steak. The steaks are cooked plain unless you order otherwise. They offer mushrooms or onions as an add-on if you wish to flavor your steak. At the table there is plenty of A1 sauce. My steak was juicy and with just a touch of A1, delicious.
Along with my steak, I had a large baked potato served with plenty of sour cream and real chives, and a house salad that was fresh and full of tasty croutons.
Overall, it was good value, good service, and we appreciated being a little off the beaten track.
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