A bit disappointing, but friends know the owners and our service was good. Good place to gather in a town with few choices. The food wasn't to my liking. My husband was okay with his tacos, so it couldn't have been too bad. I'm just...More
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He saved us when we were thrown off our intended course by a washed out road; gave us the map off his wall and cooked up two of the best grilled cheese sandwiches ever.
Stopped here after a long day of hiking and couldn't be happier! The service is unbeatable and the atmosphere is awesome. If you are looking for a stop in the area, I would highly recommend this restaurant/bar - a perfect small town vibe. We stopped...More
I stepped in and was transported back in time. A basic old style tavern with the 6 silver-haired guys sitting at the bar and two televisions, both playing Bonanza. Beer was cold and the food was basic and good. Great place to stop for a...More
I got both a refreshing beverage and the info on the local roads from the friendly and helpful bartender.
This bar was awesome! The decor and seating haven't changed since the 50's which created an amazing atmosphere. We sat the bar and were treated to great conversation with owner of the last 30+ years. Lots of stories, we particularly enjoyed hearing about the Mount...More
Stopped in last Sunday and was very disapointed in the slow service as there were not many in the bar nor restaurant. I ordered a simple burger and fries and it was horrible! I think it was the woman cooking, looked like she was more...More
What a wonderful little hole in the wall. I had the BEST mushroom cheese hamburger. The mushrooms were fresh cooked. Fish was good. Beef cooked to perfection. Drinks were so-so. Only one gal there; she took our order, made the food, helped other customers. Despite...More