Slipping. I used to spend alot of time and money there, but it seems to be slipping lately. A great venue, with above average food, and average service at best. Used to be very service oriented, and friendly, what happened? For about the past year, it seems as though nobody cares. I only go in once in a while now to meet friends for Iowa games. Wouldn't bother otherwise. Probably won't be around much longer with class acts such as 810 Zone, Nick and Jakes, Arizona's, Tanners, and my new favorite Maloney's located just around the corner. RIP OP!
A game is always within site. With a full menu and 20 beers on tap, it's the ideal sports bar..
Two big-screen TVs and a whopping 48 regular-sized TVs broadcast all the big games. From 40-something alumni to undergrads who've recently come of age, a college-heavy crowd regularly mans the booths and tables. Sports team memorabilia dons the walls with a Chiefs mural (former Chief Troy Stedman owns the place) dominating space just beyond the circular bar.
The drink of choice is beer. Twenty varieties on tap include Fat Tire, Sunshine Wheat, Sierra Nevada and Sam Adams. Bottled selections increase import options, while the bar mixes a mean cocktail. Test your golfing skills on the Golden Tee game or toss some coins in the video games. Hungry? There's more than bar food on the menu, with options like hot-sausage sandwiches, five cheese pizza, fettucine alfredo and chili nachos.
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