Then, it was a choice between burgers for me. I picked out the Wild West burger ($9.95) because it sounded the best and was highlighted on the menu as a specialty. It's a half-pound patty topped with barbecue sauce, an onion ring, cheddar cheese and bacon.
There also are plenty of side options, with fries, tots, homemade chips, coleslaw or veggies for the regular price, and cheese balls, sweet potato fries, garlic parm fries, a side salad or onion rings for a $2 upgrade. I went with the cheese balls, which are about the same size as tots, only it's breading filled with cheese almost like a cheese stick, only more of a gooey middle and smaller. They came with a ranch dipping sauce and that combination gets a thumbs up.
The burger was definitely the highlight, but the wings were pretty good, as well. I'd recommend the boneless over the traditional, at least on this trip.