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3 based on 142 reviews
Since rebuilt establishment after , I have made several visits back to eat. Wait staff was slow in attentiveness. Steaks average $18+ and tasty. Order of mushrooms @ $1.75 upcharge were âcannedâ. Blue cheese dressing $1.00 upcharge. Wine @ $6 for half-glass of house brand. Average bill $30-35/personEasy access from I-83, but may keep driving...
4 based on 118 reviews
This place has excellent seafood and steaks. Good sized portion at reasonable prices. Full bar and cozy atmosphere, with good service. Also nice because it is easy to get into on a Friday or Saturday evening without a reservation . Has several large rooms.
4 based on 348 reviews
This was my first time to this restaurant that was featured on Restaurant Impossible, starring Michael Irvine. It does not have much curb appeal but once inside you forget about the busy road outside. There is a main, but split, dining room that holds about 60 people and another smaller area hidden in the back that seats around 28 by the small U-shaped bar. The dÃ©cor uses the principle that less is more with its simple yet classy western accents. I did not see the owners (Doug / Debbie) or their son Dougie (Chef) during my visit. Access to and from Route 83 is simple.The menu is simple yet diverse, being only one page. They do sell beer, wine and mixed drinks. The night I dined the back was empty and the front was about 80% occupied. Tables were quickly cleared and reset which is a dying art in a lot of places. I would call this Dodge City a poor manâs upscale steakhouse. There are no cloth napkins or tablecloths and the staff are casually dressed in black logo t-shirts and blue jeans. No there isnât any sawdust on the floor, lol! And yes, Michaelâs highly recommended flooring looked great in the moderately lit restaurant. My meal was served with proper pauses between which I also find rare since all too these days everything is served at once. My order was the Baked French Onion Soup Au Gratin ($5) - Hearty beef broth, onions, crouton, melted Gruyere cheese, the Braised Bison Tacos ($11) - House braised bison, onion, lettuce, tomato, cheese, flour tortilla, tomatillo picante sauce and the Balsamic Marinated Hanger Steak ($20) - Grilled, sliced, smoked tomato & spinach bleu cheese orzo, red wine demi-glace. I was started with two fresh dinner rolls and cinnamon butter. They provide a western steak knife as an accent piece however it does a nice job cutting the rolls!What I Liked:- Fresh rolls are always welcomed- The onion soup was not too salty, and the onions were sweet- The Gruyere cheese worked well, more flavor than mozzarella and not stringy to eat- Thy did not skimp on the shredded bison- The hanger steak (served pre-sliced) was cooked to perfection, very tender and juicy. Overall excellent. My suggestion would be to consider adding peppercorns to the balsamic vinegar marinate.- The risotto worked very well with the bleu cheese ... great favor!- The steak knives (rolls and entrÃ©e) were of real man qualityWhat I Did Not Like:- Not a fan of cinnamon butter- The cheese and bread in the onion soup adhered to each other making it impossible to break with a spoon. I had to use a fork to shred pieces off.- The mild flavored bison was overpowered by the bitterness of the dry lettuce. I recommend they add something to the lettuce, reduce the amount of it or use a sweeter lettuce variety.- There was no tomato in the risotto and the spinach was cooked down to nothingMy Prime Minister of Beef rating is 9/10 Mooâs landing this place at the #2 spot of the 17 places I have had beef at in the Carlisle area since February 2019.My overall rating placed this restaurant at #2 of the 81 restaurants I have eaten at in the area since February 2019.
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