I moved close to this restaurant a couple of months ago. My girlfriend grew up in the area and raved about the place, so I was expecting good things. It really lives up to the hype.
It's a fairly simple place: You enter through the bar area, which is nothing fancy, but has a fairly standard beer, wine, and liquor selection. There are your typical hole-in-the wall plastic covered booths and tables in the dining area. In the third room, there is a pool table.
The food selection is fairly standard; they are famous for their hamburgers, which are great. I haven't tried anything else yet. There are about 16 or 17 different types. They have wings and some dinner specials as well. Prices are reasonable--I didn't see much, if anything, over $10 on the menu.
Everything is great, except for the bathrooms--they are fairly dated and a little dingy. All in all, it's still a great little place to go. A note on the neighborhood--it seems fairly safe, at least during the day; I haven't gone over there at night. However, they do have a screen in the bar that shows the parking lot via camera.
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