Prime rib stew was great and the fish and chips were very good. Service and drinks were also excellent.
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I have been here once before a 6 years ago. I came back this last Sunday morning with an old High School friend after our 50th Reunion. The place was hopping with people from every age group. The food is straight up American Favorites. Nothing...More
If the French dip had been as good as the reuben, this would be a 5 star review. Unfortunately, it was very gristly, and each bite was an exercise in frustration. The au jus was alright, not very salty, which is nice, but not all...More
Small un-assuming restaurant, more like small pub , great fish n chips, homemade coleslaw, coconut shrimp, and generous pours in their drinks! Friendly small town feel! Heard their breakfast was the bomb too! Definitely will be back soon! Wait staff so friendly and helpful!
My family went to days for breakfast on Mother's Day. Luckily there wasn't much of a wait. The location isn't huge and the wait tends to be mildly quick depending on what time you go. The earlier the better. Food We ordered a sausage link...More
Place was jammed and we found a table for two. Jessica was our waitress and very nice. She was able to accommodate the changes we needed (tomatoes instead of potatoes and gravy) and still give us a fantastic breakfast.
Small setting but comforting.Breakfast was excellent and service was too. I had the traditional pancakes and eggs with bacon. Superb! I can't remember having it better elsewhere.
Small town tavern with good food for a fair price. Menus vary slightly on a daily basis. Staff members are warm and friendly!