Typical truck stop food. They had a $12 rib eye special that I tried. It was slightly better than I expected for the money and the atmosphere. It was not dry not thin, but a good piece of meat. They serve what taste like home made white rolls with fresh preservative, the typical potato options, salad, etc.
The atmosphere is a truck stop diner venue.
As mentioned in other reviews, the service can be sketchy, dependent upon who waits on you. The blue cheese dressing I ordered with my salad would be called thousand island anywhere else. I was mistaken to think that when asked if I wanted steak sauce that it was an offer to provide the same. Apparently she was taking a survey or just curious as the steak sauce never materialized.
If you don't get enough to eat, which I would find surprising because the amount of food served is more than sufficient, you walk past the Subway sandwich shop both on the way in and out.
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