This place never changes. Vintage steakhouse and restaurant. Black leather booths and great service. Love the prime rib and homemade soup.
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This restaurant is decidedly old school. The food is homemade, delicious, and very reasonably priced. The dining furniture is comfortable and attractive. Yes, it is a little worn, but it bespeaks a time when luxury and quiet was important to make sure patrons enjoyed their...More
Filet Mignon only $14.00 including sides. Great coconut cream and coconut meringue pie, as well as all othes, I expect, but I save my calories for coconut cream at Town & Country. The wait staff are all seasoned, friendly, helpful, and professional.
I stopped here for breakfast as this restaurant was close to my hotel. This restaurant has been in business since 1958 so they must be doing something right. I had the breakfast special which is served every day. It features two eggs, bacon or sausage,...More
Truly a step back in time the way things used to be. Huge portions, friendly wait staff. great prices. Reminds me of stepping back in time. Everything looked really good coming out of the kitchen going to other tables...so hard to choose what we wanted....More
We stopped on a Thursday night. The special was Kansas City strip steak with salad, potato and roll for $12.99. My husband ordered that and I got the salmon filet, salad, potato and roll. The salads were just ordinary but fine. His strip steak was...More
This place has be here just about forever so I wanted MDH to go there with me. We had Sunday breakfast recently & it was great! I chose the 2 egg plus 2 choices from a long list of options. Scrambled eggs, 4 strips of...More
The staff was very friendly. I had the Western omelet. It came with hashbrowns or grits and choice of bread. I got the biscuits which were homemade and very good. I liked the fact that there were four choices for jelly. It was an older...More