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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Sirloin Saloon Restaurant Review: Packed most nights with everyone from hungry skiers to locals who have brought the whole family, the restaurant is particularly busy on winter nights when Vermont's weather sends even avid skiers down from the mountains to Manchester for a day of outlet shopping. But the service is efficient, no matter how many folks are seated. With many smaller rooms, cozy booths and barn-board walls, it doesn't feel like a big restaurant. Order the all-you-can-eat salad bar---a buffet table of fresh veggies, side salads like orzo and broccoli and interesting toppings such as dried cranberries and pumpkin seeds, then dig into a filet mignon with baked potato or a petite salmon steak with rice. While the menu is comprised of typical steakhouse fare, chicken and seafood are options, too. Watch for the all-you-can-eat prime rib specials. The kid's menu has all the usual suspects, from mac 'n' cheese to junior top sirloin.