Ate at Rollie's on our trip in August. We were starving after a day of driving and found this place by roaming around downtown. As soon as I entered I knew the food would be good, don't be put off by the peanut shells on the floor and the smell of beer. Its a busy bar and there is a lot of staff on hand so you can tell that there is a lot of traffic in and out of here. We just tried a few beers , had fish and chips and chicken parmesan. Both dishes came with a nice starter salad. Fish was amazing, battered exactly right and cooked perfectly, my husband enjoyed the chicken but found the noodles a little overcooked ( not the end of the world). The only negative thing I can say is that the booth seats are incredibly uncomfortable but that is a minor issue. Good spot, I can imagine that at supper time the place is crazy, we were early at four o'clock and it was just beginning to get busy. If we are back this way again, we will stop in.
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