This restaurant recently opened. It is located right next to a Texas Roadhouse in a busy commercial area. There is a bar dining area and a more family setting. We were seated in the bar area. This has some of the usual amenities of today's sports bars, lots of TV's and seating surrounding a bar U. The difference is that there are smaller roll-up clear garage doors for windows around the outside wall for two long walls of seating. On the day we (4 of us) were there, the weather was pleasant, mid-70's, and quite pleasant. The air handling pushes the hot air out (along with insects!). It adds an 'open air' experience to casual dining.
They have lots of speciality drinks, both alcoholic and nonalcoholic, and we sampled both. There is an ample selection of craft beers. We have been waiting for this restaurant to open as we drive by it on the way to Costco! First they were hiring, then training, and finally open! Their speciality on the menu is a fine selection of burgers. There are dinner offerings, too but when we were there mid-day, the big attraction was the large burgers, plated high and wide! The fries are tasty, as were the onion rings for an appetizer (batter dipped, onsite they told us!). Two of us had Aloha Burgers, one shrimp Po' Boy, and a child's burger. All were great and we were too full to even consider dessert. The waiter was pleasant and the diners seemed to be enjoying their experience! We certainly did and will return, and soon!
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