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I also don't quite get the Copper Canyon bit. If it is meant to be a theme, it's pretty subtle.
Still, I have to say that a lot of the food I had here was pretty good. I still don't think the rotisserie chicken is anything special, even though the restaurant considers it to be its forte, but I had plenty of other things that I considered quite tasty.
And it's not that there was anything wrong with the chicken, which is good, because besides being available as a stand-alone item, it is included in several other dishes.
I sampled the rotisserie chicken as part of a combination the menu annoyingly lists as cluck-n-oink. The bird was paired with pork ribs. If you don't know which is which, ask a 4-year-old to give you a refresher course on "Old McDonald's Farm."
It may also be mentioned here that the chicken is sometimes paired with steak, thereby known as cluck-n-moo, and at times the chicken is left out of the equation, and the ribs and steak are offered together. You'll be expected to order the moink.
I ordered the chicken and ribs. "You mean the cluck-n-oink?" asked the server. No, I told her, the chicken and ribs.