Roadhouse Grill

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Our kitchen is undergoing a much needed remodel. We look forward to serving you again soon. Stay tuned on social media for the latest updates.

Alaskan Cod Fish & Chips

Beer battered Alaskan cod served with skinny fries and wasabi slaw.

Chicken Caesar

Chicken Caesar Salad

Romaine lettuce topped with grilled chicken, classic caesar dressing, parmesan cheese & garlic herb croutons.

Prime Rib Dip

Prime Rib Dip

Thin sliced prime rib, caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, and provolone cheese on crusty french bread with skinny fries & au jus.

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Rave Reviews

“I’ve been eating at the Roadhouse at every opportunity for the past 10 years and especially now to try the new menu items. Recently drove over from Seattle for dinner and a movie in my favorite town and the crew at Roadhouse keeps knocking it out of the park! Prime rib, halibut, and cocktails were phenomenal!” – Eddie R.

We had a wonderful prime rib dinner. Portions are very large, needed a to go box so I could finish the next day.” – Patti J.

Fantastic. That’s all I need to say!! Appreciate everything. Great job Jim and team. We will be back!!” – Nick W.

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Hi Jim and Pooya

Miss the rodeo. Hi everyone ❤️

Thank You🍻

Watching thanks for sharing

Beef prices up almost 100% over last year…

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yup just like everything else unfortunately

Food prices are all sky rocketing!

Some steak houses buy beef directly from the local ranchers in their area and age it themselves. Might be worth looking into.

Investopedia definition of inflation: "Inflation is a measure of the rate of rising prices of goods and services in an economy. Inflation can occur when prices rise due to increases in production costs, such as raw materials and wages. A surge in demand for products and services can cause inflation as consumers are willing to pay more for the product." What the definition doesn't address is the reason production costs can increase: - rising wages - mandatory increases in worker benefits - additional taxes - additional regulations requiring new equipment/systems The farmer pays more for everything. The factory/store that buys those inflated products in turn, pays more for all the things they touch. The consumer then pays even more as every entity in the chain has added on their portion of the increased costs AND stayed profitable. No business is making MORE profit now, they've simply passed that along in the costs. This is also how the Canadian/European VAT tax works. Every time more value is added to a product, the tax is added.

Trying to get prices so high folks won't buy real beef. They are promoting fake fake fake!

Really?! Is this the first time you've noticed? This is old news to most of us!

Maggie Pearson sorry I’ll keep my post more up to date

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Chicken Caesar
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Gold Buckle Burger
Prime Rib Dip
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