Nashville-based steakhouse chain serves up large portions of meat and potatoes..
Founded in 1991, this company-owned, franchised eatery is famous for one thing: steak. With decor reminiscent of classic wood-paneled roadhouses that lined Route 66, this restaurant serves up gigantic portions of mesquite-grilled, hand-cut steaks. Families and friends with rumbling stomachs start off with bottomless peanuts before diving into sirloins, rib-eyes and prime rib. Bigger appetites go for the 20-ounce porterhouse. Lighter items include teriyaki-grilled chicken and Santa Fe tilapia.
Hot Food Cold & Where's the Waiter?.
Mrs. Flanders was feeling down due to the demise of one of our pets (I must say I shed a tear too), so we headed out where there was life and good times? or so we thought. I have mixed feelings about this place so I am going to let you know (+ or -) my feelings, item-by-item!
Service - Slow
Atmosphere + Good - Unshelled Peanuts in a bucket
Roadhouse Tea + Tasty (we?re not talking about mother?s tea here!)
Sam Adams + Always Tasty
Lightnin? Hot Shrimp Bucket + Kind of like a shrimp cocktail but more of them and
larger and hotter. Very yummy!
Gumbo + ?Delicious,? praised Mrs. Flanders
Baked Potatoes - Both ?not cooked enough
Brewski OnionsTM + Pretty good (Our signature beer-braised onions)
Famous Baby Back Ribs - Good but cold
Porterhouse 20 oz + Big & Good
Bottle of Fetzr Merlot + Even Mrs. Flanders commented it was soft
Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie ++ Best Part of the Meal
OK, there you have it. Well, the pluses far outnumber the minuses, so this site has a lot of potential. But, when I want a nip, I don?t want to ask another waiter if he?s seen ours. And with cold and seriously undercooked food, I cannot recommend.
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