National chain rustles up rib eyes, T-bones and fillets in a kid-friendly, Lone Star-inspired setting.. In Short One of the country's most successful steakhouse empires attracts a casual crowd with huge, reasonably priced steak dinners and a tempered Texan milieu (country music and imposing cattle busts). Wise diners turn off their internal calorie counters, as many menu items arrive fried, covered in cheese, or both. A typically rich meal starts with cheese fries, followed by a blue cheese-crusted fillet. Fried cheesecake ends the night on a note of Texas-sized decadence.
Went on a Sat. night. Wait was 25 min., which was expected on a Sat. Food took over an hour and was overcooked. We ordered prime rib and we were told after our salads were eaten that they were out of prime rib. The reastaurant was extremely cold. We asked to have the AC turned down, never happened. We saw several people bringing coats and jackets in. We talked with two other people as we were leaving that said they have never been so miserable. The booth we sat in was dirty. The pictures hanging in it were covered in dust. It makes you wonder what the kitchen looks like.
Steaks are under cooked to order. Steaks are very tasty. Prices are very resonable. All-U-can eat liver & onions is the BEST! Some servers are pretty bad but others are really good. The hot loaf of bread is a treat.