We were advised by a friend to try this place out. We pulled in the driveway a little unsure of the place because there was only one car. We got out of the car and the smell of road kill was pretty strong. We went inside and found we were the only people (including employees) in the place. I looked around and saw a couple of people standing out back and they didn't look interested in us. So, we left. As we drove off, the road kill stench was so strong, I almost couldn't drive fast enough.
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