Having been to many steakhouses this one appears be more popular for its local history and local fan club, but compares no better regarding the menu then some of the national steakhouse chains. The room is historical-like with nice touches of brick walls and timbers. The seating is generally comfortable, but on our visit a few other tables of diners were louder than expected; we had to move. The waiting staff were young. This might explain their simple, not so experienced service. The waiter was not well informed about the ingredients and came back to tell us some items were no longer available. The various steak entrees order came appropriately warm. Overall our party came for curiosity because it was a local favorite, but failed to see what else it offered out of the ordinary other then a few bucks more then the national chain down the road.
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