|Dexter Climbss the Mileage Marker in Lawrenceburg, IN|
the restrooms as they both have unique themes.
Eric and I settled on a cup of the Potato Soup and the Grilled Pork Tenderloin Sandwich. The soup was thick, ladened with shredded cheese on top and accompanied with sour cream and saltines. It had good flavor but I would have liked it to have been less
pasty and warmer. The sandwich was served with grilled peppers and onions on a toasted bun. The bread could have been larger to accommodate the large tenderloin. I'm used to deep fried tenderloin and given a second chance, I would have preferred that preparation (it was offered that way also). It was billed as home made but we both found it not to be of the highest quality meat.
Carol ordered the Maryland Crabwich served with a roasted red pepper mayonnaise. The crab cake looked manufactured but had good flavor. The sauce was a highlight. Carol was also going to have the French Onion Soup but saw that it was served with Swiss cheese as opposed to Gruyère, which does not stick to the roof of your mouth.
|Cup of Potato Soup|
|Grilled Pork Tenderloin Sandwich|
|Rising Star Resort Entrance|
|Entering the Casino|
|Entrance to Hollywood Casino|
|Final Cut Steakhouse|
|Ron's Roost Complete with a Chicken on Top|
|Bavarian Platter Sampler|
|Quarter White Meat Chicken Dinner|
|Hot Bacon Slaw|
|Lemon Meringue Pie|