Went here with the family. The place doesn't look like much from the outside, typical restaurant. Inside, there is typical "up north" decorations, logging antiques, and other similar antiques on the walls. There was a nice placemat with local history on it, which helped pass the long time between visits from our waitress. I can't imagine what the place would be like if it was busy. The food was good for everyone except me. I ordered crosscut chicken, which aside from the cheese and mushrooms was a failure. Other members had burgers, which were really large and flavorful. We may visit again, if only for the burgers or sandwiches.
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