I really liked this restaurant, went here for my birthday and it was a wonderful experience. I first ordered a long island ice tea without the toppers which didn’t come out right so I sent it back and got a roadhouse drink which was better. I got the three variety wings for an appetizer which was good. They brought rolls out with melted butter on them which tasted average, nothing like the rolls from Golden Coral which are better but Red Lobsters rolls still rain supreme. I ordered a prime rib with rice and iceberg lettuce with Thousand Island dressing. The Prime Rib was medium and had Anjou sauce with it. The prime rib was tender and tasted very good and I recommend it for a first timer. I usually get ribs when I got to roadhouses but this time for my birthday I decided to sink my teeth into some beef. I didn’t go without a taste of the ribs because my friend ordered chicken and ribs which he liked as well. I did taste some of his ribs and they were tender and tasty. The manager came over and made sure things were going well which was impressive. Since it was my birthday they came out and sang to me which was very nice and it made me blush. They didn’t embarrass me which was good but they did rev up the dining area in acknowledgment. They also gave me a little cup of cheese cake which was too small to be considered a sample but hey it’s the thought that counts. I understand the peanut laden floors add to their ambiance but it’s not something that impresses me.
Pros: Service, Prime Rib, Restrooms
Cons: Peanut laden floors.