We went on a cool evening and were therefore able to sit in the outdoor patio. The food was very good, particularly when one considers that it is off the beaten path near Comfort. The menu was varied and all dishes were well prepared. Service was a bit slow but we were with friends and therefore didn't mind. Also, they do not have a liquor license and the wine offerings were a bit thin with an overabundance of Texas wines. Texas has many positive attributes but wine is generally not considered one of them-even by us native Texans. We will no doubt return at some point.
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