If you want a decent steak house this is the place. Not to expensive but just right. This was my first time there and I will go back again. There was so many things I wanted to try. EAT WELL!
National chain with flavorful steaks and a cheery ranch-house atmosphere.. In Short Part of a national chain, the "TXLC," as it refers to itself, works hard at selling its Old West atmosphere with weathered cedar siding, limestone and a waitstaff outfitted in denim and bandannas. Some trout, salmon, shrimp and chicken dishes are available, but the heart of the menu is, of course, steak. Cuts come in assorted variations ranging from a 7-ounce filet to an 18-ounce "Texas T-bone." Worth taking note of is the trademark pepper-smoked sirloin, which evokes all the melt-in-your-mouth and cut-with-a-fork clichés.