Had dinner there last night with two friends. Overall a good experience. The dining room is enclosed by large windows and overlooks a golf course, very lush and nice background. White cloth tabletops. Friendly and efficient service. Some of the food was great - soup of the day (heirloom tomato/jalapeño), house salad and caesar salad. Can't miss. We shared the "Crispy Oysters" but they were not crispy. Maybe because we came to an early seating the oil was not hot enough. They were sort of soggy and only made worse because they were placed on top of a creamy cole slaw, which took out what heat may have been on them to start with. For entrees, we ordered the 18 ounce ribeye, which was not cooked to order (medium should not come out red and cold in the center) and only maybe 2/3 of it was edible. The other 1/3 was fat/gristle. Bright side - the pork chop with speckled butter beans was outstanding. Would go back for that alone. Finally, Iron's take on banana pudding - served in a parfait with crunchy ginger snaps and caramel - was quite good. Will go back and make better choices next time.
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