Had the opportunity to have a great meal and a great conversation with the owner. Great history and a steak to die for. Highly recommend
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After a long day of traveling, we got into town and many places were closed. We drove around and then settled on The Frontier. We received very friendly service and would go back just for that. The food was average at best. We did like...More
It was within walking distance to the Super 8. We were the only patrons, but the food was very good and the bartender and cook kept us well entertained!
Had lunch with another couple and everyone was completely satisfied, and the beer was cold. The folks were very friendly. Would eat there everytime that I was in town.
Ribs were priced reasonably... great staff. Old building, not much interior ambience... looked like an old church inside? Ribs were OK, but nothing special.
Went there based on suggestion by Super 8. Near closing so we were the only ones in. Had the Sloppy Joe. It was the cook/owners recipe and it was outstanding. Had celery and okra with a mild vinegar taste instead of the heavy tomato sauce...More
Disappointing. This was recommended to us. Hamburgers were small and no frills ... no lettuce, etc. Ordered iced tea and received the iced tea in a 8 oz plastic cup for which I was charged $2.00! Was told if we paid by credit card we...More
I am sorry you were not happy with you meal the burgers are 1/4 pound or we do offer a 1/3 lb and we do offer lettuce ect. if you would like it on the plain burger. As far as the glasses of tea we...More