I was concerned as to whether I was dressed appropriately for Mildred's (business casual), but some were wearing jeans. The tables are decorated with white table cloths covered with white paper, which was fine. Beyond that, not much upscale in the decor. They have bench seats at the tables that are against the wall that are more comfy than just sitting in a chair. The upholstery on the benches were lacking any upscale qualities.
The server wasn't the most engaging, but she was adequate. I did notice a couple of the other servers seemed to interact with the guest much more than she. This was my first time, and though the menu is not extensive, I had trouble deciding on an entree (by the way, four courses are available). I finally decided on the New York Strip. It was a few bucks more than the last couple of steaks I have gotten at other restaurants (which haven't been the best), so I wanted to see how it compared. With my steak, I had fingerling potatoes and broccoli. The steak could have been cooked a bit more since I ordered it medium, but it was very good. The potatoes were different and also tasty. I thought the broccoli would be the standard steamed broccoli, but it was not. It was seasoned very well and tasted wonderful. It was a bit more pricey than your chain places, but it was more relaxed and less clamorous than those places, so that was a plus. It's worth a try.
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