Great location on Sundance Square with outdoor dining.
Not bad but expensive for what you get.
They have 100 beers on tap. Nice location for people watching.
After seeing Horseshoe Hill highlighted in Texas Monthly we headed over to try it out. Located in the Stockyards Historical District, the place has a relaxed cowboy vibe. Chicken fried steak appears to be the specialty and it was great. Crispy breading that wasn't too thick and held up to the white gravy. There are several other menu items that sound great as well. Only open L & D Wed-Sat.
I went with some co-workers for lunch. I saw the restaurant got an honorable mention for Texas Monthly's "Where to Eat 2016". The prices are reasonable at about $20/person for three courses. The food was fresh and the flavors were layered. There is no gloppy stir fry sauce or General Tso's chicken or fortune cookies. Just good food. I can't wait to take the family for supper. On the downside, it is a bit hipster. So if that's not your thing, get it to go.
We stopped by and ate here on a Friday night. We ate the Wildcat, which is a cheesesteak with fries and slaw on it. We were underwhelmed by the food but the beer selection was pretty good. We are looking forward to coming back to Sulphur Springs.
We ate here on a Saturday night in August 2015. The downtown Montgomery area is alive although parking is a bit tricky if you don't know what you are doing (like us). We parked at a meter along a side street. The facilities were nice and their beer selection was respectable with some local beer as well as regional and national brands. Unfortunately we were not happy with the ribs. They were a bit tough and lacked the deep smokiness I was looking for. The barbecue sauce was nice and tangy helping the ribs out quite a bit. If you are in the mood for barbecue, I wouldn't shy away from this place.
We parked for free on the Selma side of the bridge along Water Avenue. There is a plaque commemorating the events that took place. Driving down US80 towards Montgomery, it became apparent that this was no easy march. This bridge is a great start to bringing history alive along the Voting Rights Trail.