The menu contains a very short list of items... roughly 15 total. The food is decent, but the portions are smaller than I would have liked for the price. I would also consider this a meeting place for all of the weekend Harley riders (and, in many cases, weekday as well), so if you are uncomfortable being at a place with a large number of these guys and gals, you might want to look elsewhere for food.\r
During the Spring an Summer months, they often have crawfish available as well (they boil them just outside the front entrance).\r
Aside from the eating experience, the location is great and the entire restaurant is open--the majority of the seating is on the (covered) deck outside of the building with a second floor as well and the view over the lake is great for watching the sun set. I am not sure if the second floor is covered because I haven't gone up there and never paid much attention when walking to or from the restaurant.\r
People under 21 will not be allowed in after 8 p.m. without a parent or guardian and there is always a police officer standing at the front to check ID's. This brings me to my next point, this is a very good bar and hangout for people on the lake. At night, the place is almost always packed and the music is turned up. During the weekends, they also have live bands performing who play mostly rock music.\r
In the end, I would say if you love the bar scene atmosphere, you should enjoy this restaurant quite a bit during the day and especially at night. If not, come during the day and give it a try... it is more calm during that time.
Pros: Lots of parking available