Thankfully we had the address of the restaurant, because if you were just looking for the restaurant in the general area, you would not find it. There is no signage on the building itself, and the outside looks abandoned. Once inside, the walls are bare, there is no decor and it clearly is designed to resemble the former pancake house it used to be. However, we were a party of 18 people and only made a reservation hours before, so grateful for the space. There was only one other party in the restaurant at the time. The menu is rich with beef options but bare for vegetarians and no pasta dishes. The beef was excellent and a variety of selections were ordered. I had the Prime Rib, and enjoyed my salad and side as much. The service was very good and we did not have too long of a wait for our food, despite being a party of 18. The staff was attentive and the drinks were flowing. I would rate the overall experience higher if it wasn't so lacking character, ambiance, and atmosphere. Also, the prices are very reasonable - for the quality of meat on the menu, can't beat it.
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