This place is strange for dinner. The tables have nice tablecloths, but they cover them up with the same paper tablecloths as at lunch time, plus there's a big TV on the wall and a wide-open doorway to the meat market. Yet they charge the same (fairly steep) prices as the much nicer Perry's Steakhouse or Perry's Italian in Clear Lake. You would think they would close that door to the market and reveal the nice tablecloths at dinner time.
The sides are from out of the 70s--plain Jane salad and a baked potato. Who does that anymore? No imagination at all.
Cons: Ambience, old-fashioned food