This restaurant is a tradition in the area. It has been around a long timed and like stepping back to another era upon entering. The steaks are to die for. Many people enjoy the sirloin tips for smaller portions, but many of us who only eat the "best steak" love the filet. Always scrumptious, I love my filet with a baked potato with fluffy center slathered with real butter and sour cream. The salad is also a throw back, chilled iceberg with tomatoes and a sliced beet on top. Dressings are made in house. Jim's is consistently good and always a treat for diners who enjoy getting what they pay for!
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