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Excalibur Steakhouse: One More Reason to Tour the Enchanted Highway

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There's one more reason to take a drive along the Enchanted Highway -- and spend time in Regent.

Excalibur Steakhouse at the Enchanted Castle just opened the first part of hunting season.  In keeping with the Medieval theme, they even have the iconic sword-in-the-stone at the entrance.

Co-Owner Gary Greff says people are turning out to check it out.  "So far, so good.  We've been busy with the hunters and local people have come in to try the food.  We've got a couple chefs from the area that have come on board and they've been doing a wonderful job and the food is going good."

The menu has a little bit of everything, including a three-quarter pound stuffed Castle burger.  Excalibur Steakhouse is open daily from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.  They also take reservations and can book special events.  For more information, visit their website -- www.enchanted-castle.net -- or their Facebook page.

 

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