As for the entree options, there were enough to choose from that I could come back for weeks without a repeat.
There are steaks, from the 18-ounce premiere cut prime rib ($29.99) to the 18-ounce premiere New York strip ($29.99) to a 14-ounce grant filet mignon ($34.99) to a 32-ounce porterhouse ($39.99) or a 26-ounce T-Bone ($32.99).
There are ribs ($21.99 for full slab) and pork chops ($17.99) or combo dinners ($24.99).
There are nine salad options ($7.99 for a classic Caesar to $14.99 for spinach and feta cheese with grilled salmon) and a page full of sandwiches, the best-sounding of which was the New York Strip sandwich ($17.99).
There's anything from a spicy chicken sandwich ($9.99) to a Reuben ($8.99) to fish tacos ($9.99) to a Santa Fe chicken wrap ($9.99).