We saw the Black Angus Steakhouse as we were driving down US 192. It looked like a nice place and we were in the mood for a good steak, so we stopped in. It was about 4:30 on a Saturday afternoon when we stopped in and our party of nine (seven adults and two kids) was immediately seated. We did not need reservations, but by the time we left (about 6pm), the restaurant was packed, so I would recommend calling ahead and getting a reservation.
The inside of the restaurant was incredibly big; it has high ceilings, giving it a very open feel. This probably made it seem bigger than it actually was.
The menu offers chops, chicken, salads, sandwiches, ribs, seafood and burgers in additio...Read More