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Tanner Jacks Restaurant Review: There’s a whole lotta Western kitsch going on at Tanner Jacks, and it definitely falls into the family-friendly category. However, if you’re looking for a casual spot for hearty dining, this is the place. For a breakfast that will stick to your ribs all day, go for the tri-tip and eggs or the corned beef hash with a house-made biscuit. For dinner, we like the "Dual Shootout" with the tri-tip and barbecue shrimp, plus sides of Cajun creamed corn and smoked beans. (Note that most meats come with barbecue sauce, so if you’re not a fan, be sure to order accordingly.) If you’re inclined to consider a dessert (entrées all come with sides), go for the bread pudding with whiskey sauce. The wine list is so-so, but there’s a full bar and Tanner Jacks also makes its own microbrews.