"Why drive an hour northwest of Dallas just to dine on steak? For the flavor of the meat and the flavor of the place. Ponder is a vintage 1930's town so quaint it was featured in the movie "Bonnie and Clyde."
Its patrons eat steak for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Those big, juicy T-bones that hang over the edges of the plate aren't local, however.
The (grass-fed) cattle from here are "pretty tough," says owner Dave Ross, so he imports feedlot finished beef from Nebraska and Kansas."