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Wrangler's offers more than steaks

By By Chandler Myers
Good food and not fast food is something that Judy Lambert and her recently opened Wrangler’s Steakhouse rely on as they hope to please customers seven days a week with breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Wrangler’s Steakhouse opened on Oct. 3 located at 2967 Hwy. 21 North next to Dixie Catfish and has been going strong serving their specialties, breakfast and steak along with a lunch buffet.
Lambert said that the clientele for Wrangler’s has grown everyday at all three meal times.
Atmore’s newest steakhouse opens at 6 a.m. and closes at 9 p.m. seven days a week.
Monday through Friday the breakfast that is served is off of a menu, but Lambert said a buffet is in the works for the Saturday and Sunday breakfast crowds.
Lambert said breakfast is one of the steakhouses specialties because it is her favorite meal.
One of the specialties and favorites at breakfast is the ho-cake, according to Lambert.
Lambert said a ho-cake is something that has been around for a long time, and used to be eaten by people on the trails.
The lunch at Wrangler’s features a buffet with three meats and six vegetables along with homemade bread and desserts.
Lambert said she wanted to offer a buffet with several selections, so customers were not limited.
The dinner specialty at Wrangler’s is a personally cut steak fit to please the customer.
Lambert said the steaks are not pre-cut frozen, but are cut at the steakhouse.
With so many meals to offer and a selection of specialties, the staff at Wrangler’s aims to serve their customers as much as possible.
Lambert said she has always lived by one motto.
For more information contact Wrangler's Steakhouse at 368-8420 or visit the restaurant at 2967 Hwy. 21 North next to Dixie Catfish.