We read about G & D Steakhouse, so we thought we would try it out. It sounded different than your normal Texas Roadhouse (which was located in the same parking lot) or Longhorn or Outback Steakhouse.
This is the type of place, where as soon as you walk in, you place your order. There was a large menu board on the wall behind the counter listing the different types of dinners and their prices. The steaks automatically came with baked potatoes. Then there was a cafeteria-like counter where you would take a tray and then pick up anything else you'd like such as a side salad, sour cream, desserts and drinks.
Katherine and I both ordered the 14 ounce Ribeye and baked potato, but we paid extra for some sour cream. Katherine got one of their side salads.
What was a little unnerving is that we ordered and paid for our food, and they never even took our name or gave us a number, or anything to match us up later to our food. However, the folks at this restaurant must pride themselves on their memories, because they were bringing out everyone's orders to the right people. Kind of impressive but I always like the extra security of getting an order number or having them know my name.