We tried this based on a guidebook recommendation while on vacation in Oct.2007. Definitely the worst meal of the whole 2 weeks. When asked to leave peppers out of menu item due to a severe allergy, the staff pretty much told me ""sorry, that's how he makes it."" So I had to pick a ""shrimp kabob"" as the least deadly item from a very limited menu. And it was dry,flavorless and way too rubbery. My husband chose a ""steak"" item. Being from Texas, we have certain expectations of steak. This turned out to be six half dollar sized slices of meat in a puddle of sauce with some sort of Easter bonnet looking veggie decoration (unedible) on top. For $29. Staff seemed to base service on customer's designer label. And in addition to an incredible noise level in general, we were seated next to the guitarist, making any conversation impossible. We ate in silence, which -considering the quality of the food- took 5 minutes, paid our $65 tab (for 2) and left. I tossed the guide book in the nearest trash bin. Save your money, there is better food under the heating lamps at the local convenience store.
Pros: One of the only places to eat in small town
Cons: Vastly overpriced, noisy, no accomodation for food allergies, poor food quality