Nice prime rib dinner with nice sides and their nice salad bar and a nice free dessert for my birthday
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The salad bar is the most awesome thing! So many choices! You could have a full meal just with the salad bar! The menu is varied with many choices!
You won't be disappointed with the salad bar or the menu choices. The steaks have always been good and an good number of seafood choices.
Very expensive food menu (25.00-50.00 items). Good happy hour draft beer prices (3.50). Had the prime rib, probably one of the best I’ve had. The Caesar salad was very good with the anchovies on top.
I've had lunch at Lock Stock & Barrel three times in the last week. All three times I have been it was just past 1 o'clock in the afternoon, so the lunch rush was over. On my last two visits there were maybe three of...More
Went for a birthday dinner and will most likely not return. The overall feel was tired and dated. The food was good, not great. There just wasn't anything that wowed me.
Good dinner. Nothing stood out, however, from the ambiance to the decor to the food to the service. It was all fine, just nothing special. Salad bar had meager options. Prime rib and mashed potatoes were good, but ordinary. I wouldn't avoid going back, but...More
My wife and I met some friends here for dinner, and it lived up to the reputation. I had the rack of lamb, which was really good. I enjoyed their clam chowder. The only real drawback is that it was really loud in there, so...More
This is an old school restaurant that does a solid job. Positives: The food was very good. My wife and I had the prime rib. It was cooked perfectly with some nice Au Jus. The potatoe was Ok. My son's ribeye was cooked just right....More
I feel bad for out-of-towners who might be hearing Lock, Stock, and Barrel's current radio ads, claiming that they are Boise's best steak house. Seriously? Fake News!!! Yes, Lock Stock and Barrel has been around since 1970, and so perhaps they are Boise's oldest steak...More