“ ... I think we’re offering some of the best food and service in the state I’m just really proud of the job we’re doing here,” he said.
“We offer a unique twist on American comfort food along with our prime, 100-percent certified black-angus steaks.”
Dunham also said all the food the restaurant has on the summer menu is centered on very simple preparations, driven by local ingredients.
“Every time we put something up, we’re constantly asking ourselves ‘is this the best possible duck dish that we can put out?’ We value really strong technique and being good students and I think that really shows on the plate.”
The restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet for $9. The average price for lunch is $9 and the dinner menu ranges from $16 to $38. The club also offers a summer prix fixe menu that includes three courses for $35.