This place is family. It is a well aged tradition in Lafayette Hill. So much so, that the guy who we were treating out to celebrate his change of jobs has a sandwich there named after his mother and father who were regulars for many years and who always had the same table. There is nothing fancy here. It's a place that leans on meat and potatoes and good coctails and decent solid deserts. The prime rib is very good, the steaks are good, the cowboy pork chop is generous and the knife and fork ribs are fine. You get actual butter with the heated rolls instead of having to dip them in olive oil. I understand that the meat loaf (Only served at lunch) is really good. The place has a woody old-time country inn feel and the service is friendly and competent. The prices are about what you would expect...not cheap and not exhorbitant. This is an older crowd for the most part. There is live entertainment and on some nights, Karaokie. Not a hip-hop experience...but really pleasant enough. Leave your cynicism at the door and open up to a good traditional dinner out.
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