My husband, our college son, and I ate at Teagan's on Friday night. Our motel clerk recommend it for a steak place. Parking is either in the five-six spaces in front, the side, or by necessity behind the restaurant in a 50's era motel parking lot. We weren't the most comfortable parking in this poorly lighted lot in front of motel rooms. With no reservations, we waited about 15 minutes in a small entrance way between the bar and the separate, approximately 10 table dining room. The staff did the best they could to get us seated quickly, and kept us up to date on status. The couple ahead of us was offered a table in the bar, which they quickly took. The dining room had table cloths and napkins. There was real elegance that you just wouldn't have expected from outside appearances. Table service was relatively fast, considering the crowd. We quickly received water, and crackers and butter, our orders of wine and beer on tap, and a little later hot rolls and very fresh green salads or soup while we waited to order our entres. The menu had an excellent variety of shelfish, italian veal and chicken dishes, and beef including steak a poive and prime rib. The prices ranged from around $12-$24. My son ordered chicken parmesan, my husband ordered baked stuffed pork chops, and I ordered steak a poive. It took about 30 minutes for the orders to arrive, but again every table was full. The chicken parmesan looked big enough to be an entire chicken, there were two huge pork chops, and the strip steak was ok. I had ordered the steak cooked ""medium"" and it was ""well done""-the only disappointment with the meal, but which I put up to the crowd for college parent's day. All were served with beautiful sauted vegetables-whole green beans, squash fingers, etc. and baked or baked stuffed potato or pasta. It was a feast, with leftovers! The staff gave us a check quickly at our request, since we had another appointment. There is an early bird menu. We would go again.
Pros: Excellent food, fine dining, casual dress
Cons: Poor parking