It's been a long time since I felt this financially violated at a restaurant. For instance, if you want the salad I had, I can save you a ton of money by giving you the recipe for home: take half of a small can of canned crab meat, mix with small amount of mayo, dump onto a plate of iceberg lettuce, chop up a few (very few) slices of cucumber and tomato - and don't get too fancy here, just chop it up on your cutting board - and dump it in. Voila! A $12.00 seafood salad.
My husband's prime rib was equally unimpressive. It was flattened and chargrilled like a steak, which is certainly not how one typically handles a good cut of prime rib. Nor was he much consoled by a heaping tablespoon's worth of mashed potatoes and another tablespoon's worth of chopped broccoli and bacon.
By far the best part of the meal was the gluten free, dairy free, black bean brownie. Extremely small serving for the price, of course, but at least it was delicious.
Decor is mainly what you would expect from seeing the outside: lots of wood and flagstone, a couple of fireplaces tucked into the walls, and a good smattering of deer heads on the walls. Unexpected were the Christmas trees and Christmas garland throughout on March 1st. To be fair, there were also several strands of shimmering green clovers wound into some of the Christmas paraphernalia and the waitresses were wearing Mardi Gras beads. Could not find the Valentine's Day hearts, but I'm sure that they were there somewhere.
This place only gets a second star because of cleanliness, very well maintained bathrooms, and friendly staff.
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