I will admit, this restaurant first came to my attention while reading a travel magazine in our hotel room. I was looking for something memorable during our trip to Tucson. The name alone fit the bill.
I then read that the owners had a chain of sandwich restaurants and had always aspired to open something a little more upscale with a Western theme. The on-line reviews weren't too bad so we decided to give it a try.
There were not a lot of people in the restaurant when we went at an early hour, 6:00 pm. But it filled up quick. This small restaurant has an open kitchen surrounded by Western memorabilia tacked on the walls. They have a good sized bar and an outdoor patio although on this hot day no one was out there.
It turned out our server was on her first day of serving after formerly acting as a hostess. She knew the menu and had some helpful suggestions which is the way we like it. The special of the night was pot roast so two in our party ordered that. One other selected an old comfort food you don't see often on menus, beef stroganoff. The food did not disappoint with some doggie bags going home.
This was a comfortable, down home cooking kind of place that was exactly what our group was looking for. We felt we received good service, decent food and all at a reasonable price.
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