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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Crazy Horse Grille & Watering Hole

776 Missouri Ave. Send to Phone

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Crazy Horse Grille & Watering Hole Restaurant Review

: The décor is very U.S. Southwest, straight from the souvenir shops of New Mexico and Arizona, and the menu is a welcome mix of Southwestern cuisine and popular Florida selections. There’s even a view on the north side of a man-made lake with a couple of resident alligators. Quesadillas and wraps abound on the menu and are worthy of sampling. Try the signature quesadilla---Crazy Chicken by name, with grilled chicken, fresh tomato, a mix of peppers and chiles, pepper-Jack and smoked Gouda cheese. Wraps range from shrimp to chicken Caesar, Blazing Buffalo (fried chicken tossed in buffalo sauce with three cheeses, lettuce and green onion) and shrimp-and-artichoke wrap. Entrées have Western names, in many cases, and include chicken, pork chops, ribs, lobster tail and rainbow trout with crab stuffing. There’s also wild game: buffalo short ribs, venison rack chop and wild boar osso buco (slow-roasted wild boar shanks with a golden-raisin whiskey au jus). And leave room for dessert. We recommend---despite its name---the Cow Pie, a fried chocolate tortilla filled with mocha ice cream and melted Godiva chocolate on top.


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