Food is alright. Prices are high I understand that a remedy for this is to sign up for the "Owner's Club" membership. This gives you a 50% discount on most items in exchange for a monthly fee. I don't know of any other restaurant which operates this way. Still, if you are planning on becoming a regular customer, membership might make sense. Anyway, see the managment for details. Good mozzerella sticks, that's really all they are only about twice normal size. Chicken fingers come with white gravy (which I always think is good wherever I go, but, then again, I'm a sucker for it). There is a house brand BBQ sauce ("Arkansas style", if you know/care about that sort of thing. I don't). I bought a bottle to take with me, guessing, correctly, that it would be good. I didn't ask if they would subsitue the BBQ sauce for the gravy. I hope they would have because I believe that the customer is always right, and that substitutions should always be allowed, especially with something so trival as dipping sauces. Might be a fun experiment to try.I recall a good beer selection (for Oklahoma) but, I say there are only two reasons why one should go here: (1) As a large group not too concerned with price (membership(s) a plus, obviously, and dining rooms are available). (2) Get a single meal to take away and split that between two people; for despite the high prices the portions are large and could be amply split between two, or make lunch and dinner for one. Bottom line: Soda, appetizer, entree, and dessert for one cost me about $30 (plus tip), although I got at least 2+ meals worth of food.