There aren't many choices for dining in Dracut, this is one of them. We stopped in at 6pm on the weekend.
The kitsch country looking interior is dated to the 70s, but seating is comfortable.
Service was attentive and pleasant.
I had the prime rib small cut. It was done very well and the highlight of the meal.
I asked for double vegetables instead of potato, but received the standard order. If the vegetables were good I would have complained, but there was no need. The vegetables looked like they had been sitting on the stove for hours. The carrots were mushy, squash was clear and bland. You could have put them through a strainer and feed them to the baby. Maybe they cater to a more elderly crowd with fewer teeth?
The filet mignon was cooked properly, but was not very tender and flavored with some type of grill spice that detracted from what flavor there was in the meat. Vegetables were from the same bucket that mine were from.
There are better choices with in 5 miles of this establishment. I recommend you enjoy the ride.
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