After a long drive from south central to central Utah, we connected with I-70 and headed towards Grand Junction. The next town was Green River, and since we were all hungry, we stopped there for dinner. We got there around 1730.
The place looks like a rathole from the outside. Inside there are a couple pool tables that are free.
I got iced tea, and it was excellent! Just what I needed.
I ordered a ribeye steak. I wanted it medium, and it came just shy of that. However, it was tender and very, very tasty, one of the better steaks I have had recently. It came with a baked potato with butter and sour cream.
Ian got a cheeseburger. It was 1/2 pound, and really good. The fries were pretty standard.
Raegan and Erin both got loaded baked potatoes, and both were good, they said.
We left about 1845. The service was not terribly attentive, but I only ran out of iced tea once. Our check was $42.73, and was good value, I suppose. You could do far worse for a steak in central Utah.