To HollyDolly and all interested others in the area, RRSS is open and the food is good! We've not eaten at the original restaurant just North of Corpus Christi, but had read that the menu was a surprise (the avocado salad is supposed to be great).
We had the day's special of catfish filet stuffed with seafood/dressing, and two sides for 7.99. Hearty meal.
Seasoning is homestyle, not bland. The roasted garlic rosemary potatoes were bold and delicious. The slaw contains broccoli with golden raisins, bacon, cabbage, carrot, etc. and is a winner.
Service is spotty, but they've only been open a few days. The log cabin venue is clean and nicely organized, but they could use a few more railroad touches. (we thought perhaps model trains running around up above, or an active simulated crossing sign, some train soundtrack and large memorabilia.)
Don't be put off by the building being way back off Highway
78 ... it's big inside, and has a great deck with trestle tables overlooking a playground (which is just dirt right now).
They're off to a great start.