The house had a nice home felling to it. Not overly fancey just a nice change. The food was excellent. The french onion soup is a must try. I had the New York strip. It was good but what looked even better after I ordered was the traditional prime rib. I must go bac to try that. The menu was just about right as it did not leave for to many choices. The prices were a little on the high side butt this is a nice property and not your average Denny's. They are not open late durring the week so get there early. We got there at 8:pm and by the time we finished our meal and talked a bit we were the last to leave.
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