Tupelo >Woody's Restaurant & Lounge
One of the best meals ever!. Our hotel recommended this local steakhouse, and we're really glad they did! The hostess was charming, (turns out she's the owner) and got us a great corner table in the main dining room, which looked like a "Cattleman's Club", complete with longhorns over the door, and an old flint rifle mounted over the fireplace. I finally had fried green tomatoes, and they were really great. Tableside Caesar salad had great presentation, and better than any other I've had. For dinner I went a little 'wild' and tried the Buffalo London Broil - tender and delicious, I would definitely have it again. Neither of us really had room for dessert, but Bananas Fosters was worth making a little extra room. Our server, Debbie, was really great, friendly and helpful, and it was nice to sit in a dining room where you could hear yourself talk, and easier on the old wallet than in the big city. Just a really great meal, I will make it a point to visit here again whenever I'm in town. Just a word of warning, though, you might want to call ahead for a reservation. We went early and got a great table, but by the dinner hour there was a bit of a wait.
Best filet in town!. Great ambiance. Oysters on the 1/2 shell. Great filets. Wild game. Tasty halibut and lamb. For an appetizer, try the "blackened bits". Wine list could be expanded a bit.
Not for the faint of wallet. Had a good meal but this place is very expensive, and the service was lacking in follow up. Drinks were somewhat pricey too. The Dj was a little to Urbane for my taste. But if thats what you like it's ok. Very crowded in the bar and had to wait about 10 minutes for the first drink. Someone started a fight and we watched them being dispatched by security the size of trucks. We were told that this happens somewhat regularly by another customer. We finished the evening in our hotel.
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