From the outside, it certainly looks like a log cabin. There is plenty of parking available. When you enter, you'll find yourself in a neighborhood corner bar with a large bar, a pool table and seating for about 20. It is definitely a local Polish bar, as Polish is spoken by many of the patrons. The walls are filled with everything, almost like if you were in a quirky antique store.. You order at the bar and the menu is not big. Interestingly, besides some typical bar sandwiches, they have a couple of Polish dishes. We ordered meat pierogis and we also ordered a bowl of hunter's stew. For Polish food, both were quite good and actually pretty reasonably priced. If it is nice weather, have a seat outside on the patio, and even sit near the koi pond, where there are a couple of huge koi.
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