I have been here several times with friends and family. Wait staff is attentive and friendly. Lots of big screen TVs for catching the game. Nice shaded outdoor patio and dog-friendly. Food is outstanding and they have a nice selection of beers on tap.
Terrible experience. Was there with my wife & daughter, we were ready to get their prime rib special & would've dropped a $100 tab. Got texted that the university my other two children go to was in full lock down due to an armed gunman. There are 15 TV's in this place, there were two people on the opposite side of the bar, two people in a booth, and one guy at the bar, and they refused to flip one to the news channel for a few minutes. The bar keep was a real mean person.
I paid my bill, had to leave my drinks & appetizer on the table, and went to another restaurant nearby where they were absolutely wonderful.
It wasn't until I closed my tab, told them I was writing the manager & started walking out that they suddenly decided they might do something.
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