I had lunch there with two others who eat their from time to time. Since the restaurant is also a micro brewery, I had a small beer which was interesting and I think I would have like to try some others, if it was for dinner. I ordered the Philly cheesestake and it was huge. I was full just eating all of the meat and mushrooms that spilled out on the plate without attempting to eat the sandwich. It was served piping hot, which is good, but made the bread very soggy and therefore, you couldn't eat. There as something not quite right with the seasoning of the meat which I'm not sure was due to poor quality of the meat or a lack of seasoning or a combination. The french fries which came with it were good, but the homemade potato chips my Mom had were greasy and pretty much inedible. She said the broccoli soup was good, but only ate a third of it. She had the blt, but the bacon wasn't crispy. It was served on homemade bread. It has a good atmosphere. The restaurant wasn't packed when we were there, but yet we had to wait a long time for our meal to arrive and they didn't check back to see how we were enjoying the meal. We had to flag down one of the other waiters as they served an empty bottle of ketchup (literally) for the fries. Would not return for the food.
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