We headed here after the 6 p.m. gun show at the Irma and waited about a half hour to be seated. The ambiance is lively in this restaurant at that time and revived our spirits. We sat by the bar, but it felt like we were still in a dining room. The steaks are pricey, as is the case in most steak houses, so we opted for alternative entrees. My husband ordered the pot roast, my mother the jambalaya ( a recommendation from our waitress), my daughter had the chicken fried chicken, and I had the fettucini alfredo with scallops and shrimp. Our meals did not disappoint. I actually finished the entire plate, which is a rarity. We all left with full bellies and complete satisfaction.
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