Quick review: I visit here very time with the family when I visit my hometown. The wide variety on the menu always pleases, and the prices are very reasonable. Casual dining atmosphere.
The menu includes a wide range that can please those who want good basic cooking to something with more gourmet flair, all very tasty. There are excellent dinner salads (my sister usually has a grilled fish on a composed salad,) main dish plates that include starch and vegetable (the meatloaf and broiled scallops strongly recommended, $13 and $17 respectively) to gourmet pizzas to burgers/sandwiches. The portions are large, and there seems to be no problem splitting. Almost anything on the menu is under $20. Full bar, and reasonably priced wines by the bottle or glass.
There is also a popular bar, for food, drinks, and viewing games on TV's.
The main dining room is a warm, comfortable room that reminds you of a re-done log cabin, with homey fireplaces.
The service is friendly, professional, and helpful.
My only complaint is that I wish they'd cook the green beans (that often come with the maindish plates) a little longer. I don't like overcooked vegetables, but these are downright crunchy.
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