There was a time when this was such a good restaurant there was no need to drive out of town to go out to eat. After this most recent visit (7-14-17), I doubt I'll be going back any time soon. On a Friday night at dinner (around 7 pm) there were only 8 tables seated. With three servers working, you would think the service would be great, fast, attentive. Not so. It was so bad that the people at the next table, who I did not know, made comments to me. So, I know this wasn't just my server or only my experience. The food was also very disappointing. The reuben sandwich I ordered had plenty of sauerkraut, very little meat, and I couldn't see any cheese. I have gotten better food at the fast food burger places in town. That's pretty bad. I also ordered the house special pizza to go. As I paid my check, I made a point of telling the waitress that the cook shoukd be told about the sandwich and that I hoped the pizza would make up for it. Sadly, that was lacking in the quantity of ingredients as well. The fact that I have a limited budget means that I don't get to eat out too often. It also means I will not waste my money here. I would have been better off getting a sandwich from Subway and a pizza from Dominos. I might have had to eat at home, but I would have had more food and not have had to pay for a beverage or leave a tip. This town deserves better!
When this place was in it's old location, the food was really good and reasonably priced. I've honestly only been three times since it's moved into it's new location and each time left not happy with the food quality or the prices. Yesterday was no different. Although the beef in my hamburger was of good quality, the assemblage wasn't so hot. The piece of tomato was cut lopsided with a really thick side making it too difficult to eat. I had to take it off. The wimpy bun didn't hold up and I was forced to eat it with a fork. My husband ordered the "Superdog" which was touted on the menu to be something extraordinaire. It wasn't and for $8.50 for a hotdog with fries left him feeling gypped. We ordered dessert. He the pecan cobbler and me the cheesecake. When it arrived, his cobble was basically gooey pecan pie with ice cream although it was ample proportion. The thing they gave me that they called "cheesecake" looked like the stuff you buy in a tub called "cheesecake filling" and dump into a pie crust. It was NOT cheesecake. I told the waitress it was not cheesecake. I told her I would take what my husband got. She came back and said they didn't have anymore but they have peach cobbler. I told her never mind. She was VERY unapologetic. My review of Winstead's American Grille - If you have no other choice, you'll find something to eat but it will be expensive and you'll be wishing you would have gone somewhere else.