On our way back to San Antonio after visiting Texas Tech in Lubbock with the family. So went a little out of the way. Place is what you expect in a middle of nowhere steakhouse. Wooden tables and chairs, western style decor. They are proud they installed a/c in 2013, what took so long? I know this place makes money by the prices they charge, and no a/c for so long? Previous customers deserved better. Quail leg appetizer needed a little more salt, jalapeno poppers were so mild my 12 yr old daughter loved them. Way to much cream cheese and no spicy bite at all. Green chili hominy was pretty good, didn't knock my socks off as so many others claimed it as "unbelievable". My $47 cowboy ribeye was cooked perfect. Now the spice they use on the steaks is very good, but on the salty side. Other than the saltiness my wifes filet and sons ribeye were also cooked perfect. Daughter had the burger and it was very big. Bread pudding was great, chocolate cake small and a let down. It was more like a tiny brownie, but at only $4.00 each, not a huge issue. We may return, only if my son picks Texas Tech over his other options, and we will have to visit for dinner. The prime rib is not available for lunch. Service from Danika was efficient and friendly. Very nice Texas wine selection
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