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May 27, 2005
From journal Texas Off-Season
March 15, 2004
From journal San Antonio, Austin & The Hill Country
August 24, 2001
From journal San Antonio
July 4, 2001
Although non-beef items (chicken, fish) are on the menu; the reason to come here is beef. This is range fed beef. Sorry if I'm getting a bit technical here, but I am a Texan). Not the rich, heavy corn fed beef you would get from say, Nebraska.
I ordered a 'Cowgirl Ribeye'. What I got was no ribeye, but more of a flank steak that deserved to be hammared and chicken fried. It was the kind of meat a cowboy would have cooked in a fry pan over a campfire.
We had a wonderful, but overworked waiter who made up for some of the problems with the food. Major problem was the nature of the beef. If you want a RICH steak, go to 'Outback' or any number of other restaurants that serve a higher price cut of beef.
From journal San Antonio, the Best of Texas--wonderful!