This old-timer--a decade just off the Addison strip qualifies in the longevity department--serves decent steaks, seafood and other American fare in an attractive space with lots of wood paneling and a pressed-tin ceiling. The full-flavored aged steaks are a good bet, but we also liked the baked ziti, a huge mound of tasty pasta and caraway-spiked sausage straight off a 1970s Italian restaurant menu. Several items come with delicious "Jaxx potatoes" and fresh sautéed vegetables.
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