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521 N. Stephanie St. Send to Phone

Lunch & Dinner daily

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: Families flock to this chain eatery with its Western theme, probably because the little ones are welcomed (helium balloons are there for the asking and a small game room features the latest video games). This is casual dining at its most laid-back: Chairs are small and less-than comfy; beverages are served in clumsy Mason jars; and diners are encouraged to munch on handfuls of peanuts---kept in giant barrels in the lobby and in buckets at each table----and discard the shells on the floor (servers will actually sweep them of off the table if you pile them there). The menu is a bit limited for true foodies to appreciate----if you can't barbecue it, it probably isn't offered----with steaks, ribs, chicken and the like making up the bulk of it. The selection of soups is small, and the recently added meal-sized salads are rather uninspired, though the house peppercorn dressing is zippy winner. What are worth writing home about are the hot yeast rolls, slightly sweet, served to every table (when the server remembers to bring them, that is). You'll gobble up these diamond-shaped golden beauties, served with a dollop of whipped butter, in a hurry.
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