Have never had a bad meal here. Menu offers lots of variety and a good price range depending on how hungry you are or how much you wish to spend. They also usually offer several specials each day for even more variety. Ordered a flight of beer ($8) to sample four different types of autumn delights at the bartender's discretion. Bartender chose well - we enjoyed all four, most especially the Pumpking Ale which we might never have tried otherwise. Then came the French onion soup - still the best in the tri-state area that we've ever had. Tons of delicious cheese on top and broiled to perfection. Very highly recommend. Wings with blue cheese dressing and celery were also very good - not as large or as many flavors to choose from as those served at The Grill nearby in Matamoras, but still good. Pastrami Reuben with dill spear and small cup of cole slaw were also very good ($7.95). Steak dinners at a nearby table looked phenomenal. Service was also friendly and helpful. It was very busy and bustling on a Sunday evening when we went around 5:30 p.m., but they had plenty of staff, and we didn't have to wait for a table.
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