- The General's Steakhouse: The note is on the front counter, pinned under the service bell.
A Post-Apocalyptic Culinary Review by Glen Ramos.
Being one of the few fine-dining destinations in Appalachia, General's Steakhouse was always a treat to visit. Even after the restaurant was forced to change its menu due to shortages of quality beef, the restaurants proprietor, Milo, did an expert job crafting a palette of 'down home Southern fare'.
I must admit though, I never cared much for the General's clientele. Too many uppity tech types from RobCo trying to one-up each other on pretentiousness. These days, the Steakhouse attracts a more pleasant, less pompous crowd, despite their shriveled appearance and ravenous lust for my flesh. 4 stars.