First visit before a concert. Odd local place which has a very 1960s atmosphere. Very small with dated interior. We didn't have a reservation, hostess seemed kind of annoyed that we didn't, so we were seated in the bar. When we walked in all the locals at the bar looked like, "who are you?" Mostly older people hanging out and talking. Tables were very large barrel back chairs! Menu was brought to us on a large meat cleaver!
Service was pretty good. Had to ask for sliverware and catch the waiter to ask for refills. I got the NY strip which was good and my wife got the teriyake chicken which she enjoyed. Overall, good meal and interesting visit. Very much a local place! We probably won't return but it is worth a visit.
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