Big food is the name of the game at this giddy, locally beloved steak joint at Sam's Town, known as much for its campy Old West decor as it is for its genuinely juicy chops. The massive slabs of bone-in rib eye, Porterhouse and prime rib could feed a rodeo and the loaded baked potato is mammoth (although there are more modest choices for more modest appetites). And then there's dessert: the chocolate éclairs are a foot long, and the chocolate cake could fill up a good
chunk of the Grand Canyon. Sharing is recommended. A porch area adjacent to the bar provides a great view of the Sunset Stampede, the animatronic and laser show in the resort's indoor Mystic Falls Park.
Dec 10, 2007
The food is great here. Great value. Very homey and comfortable.
Jul 20, 2005
If you are hungry for beef or chicken, this is one place to go outside the strip. Portions are huge. I presume, though that with two ice cold 30.Oz glass beers, the $120.00 meal for two wasn't too upscale. I had the 40 Oz Porter house and my daughter had the chicken sampler plate. Holly Molly Shake your shoe on one leg to let it fall into. Male waiter was good, but spoke to you a little too fast. Busser not on top of the ice tea and forgot
one request. Waiter caughter error though.