My wife and I stopped in our first time about a week ago, drawn in by the possibility of getting some local craft beers. Their selection of beers is ok, maybe 25 taps, one or two shining stars. What we discovered was an excellent restaurant with lots of sports on lots of TVs, and lots of servers who were attentive and very nice. The bar is a large open ended rectangle, a large open area with pub seating and at least 15 to 20 booths. There is also a small outdoor covered patio, which we enjoyed very much... Even with the frequent smoker or two out there. The food.... All home made on premises, no pre-prepared food service junk. Ossobuco was fantastic. Deep fried pork shank, real mashed potatoes, and so moist. Only $12.99. We had the $5.99 meatloaf at lunch one afternoon, it was at least a pound of meatloaf with potatoes and gravy and again, all home made. They even made their own pot stickers, which we had on our first night. It's tucked well of the road, and easy to miss if you aren't paying attention to the small sign on Wells road just past, and behind Hooters. Note that some beers can go as high as $8 a pint, but most were reasonably priced. Dodi was out server most recently. She was very nice and attentive. My wife's water glass never got empty, nor did my orange shandy. You were great Dodi! We will absolutely eat her again.
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