This was a nice place to eat. They bring warm rolls with what I think was honey butter to the table. We had a party of 8 and the service was good. The food was good, we almost all had steak . The appetizers were ok, nothing special. The Salad was cold and looked good. The homemade bleu Cheese was a bit thin for my taste. The ribeyes were the best of the steaks over the strip but the ribeyes do have a lot more fat in them.
The desert we all shared was the deep fried french toast. It was tough and tasted like bread pudding.
Its an ok place inside, a little dark and hard floors.
We will go again but next time no appetizers and no salads.
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