A nice place downtown, riverside. Wide menu including buffalo and elk. Cool old building that's been renovated. Outside seating for warm weather. Good for weddings/party gatherings.
Small community, full menu, Sunday Buffet. Appetizers, salads, sandwiches, pizza, steaks, seafood, with big screen TV's posted for sport fans. Good prime rib special.
Another place we went to while visiting was Gator's. Seemed to be popular at all times. Sports bar, large seating capacity and HUGE menu selection. Yummy tortilla soup! and a small alligator living in the front waiting area.
Another place we went was Big Muddy's. Nice, sit-down dining in an old building that has seen more than one flood. Last summer's water is marked about a foot higher than the previous flood on a pole inside the completely remodeled building. There's a concrete bar, probably 30+ feet long when you first walk in. Good food, reasonably priced by comparison, good service, with owner actively interacting with customers. Also serves full menu.
On a visit last year, we were taken to Otis Campbell's. They had good food in general, and they make some really good pizzas. They have a couple specials, like the all-meat that are particularly good.
We were treated to an evening out at the No Frills Grill when we came to visit our friends - maybe they chose here to be able to watch the game. I saw it as a pretty good place to sit down and enjoy a beer (or two) and munch on some good food. The cheese fries can be a meal in itself.
On a visit to Texas, my buddy took me to Mesa Rosa. Located in North Austin on 620 this place serves up some of the best Mexican food - that will keep you coming back. The staff is super friendly. The back patio would be a great place to relax after work or for happy hour... we had a few!
I'm torn as to what to rate this course. When our club played there a couple of years ago, I think I had the worst round ever! But I guess I shouldn't blame the course. But it's hard to rate the fairways if you're never in them...
From what I "heard" they were in decent shape. The greens were a little difficult for me to read that day - maybe it was the mountain effects. Nonetheless, I wish you luck if you decide to go there.
My co-worker had me come out one evening to play with him. This is an executive course with 4 par 4's and 5 par 3's. Its narrow and pretty difficult for a small course. They really do an excellent job keeping the course up also. If you don't have time for 18 holes, this is the place!
I play here only because our club has an annual tournament here... not my favorite. It's a fairly long course, but to me, so-so on the maintenance of the facility. And then, for some reason, when we play on the weekend, it takes us over 5 hours to finish!... maybe it was because they pushed fivesomes ahead of us.