A decent place, with decent food, at decent prices, but in a very good way. In this tiny intersection of a village, the locals gather here year-round and summer tourists come by the carload. The pine pub is like a Western ski lodge, complete with roaring fire. Live music by local bands on weekends make it lively and fun. Drinks are well-made and prices are just fine. Friendly folks hang out and munch on free popcorn from an old-time popper, but food can be ordered from the menu. Comfy sofas and club chairs let you relax with or without conversation. Weekends get busy, so you may have a brief wait to be seated. Restaurant closing time is earlier than in the big cities; come early.
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