The inconspicuous location belies the dining experience that awaits you at Third Bay Cafe. A converted 60's gas station is now a great place to have an excellent dinner. Extremely personal service harkens back to the old days as well. It's not speedy, but who cares. Plan on a leisurely dining experience and enjoy!
Salads come with homemade dressing of your choice; the bleu cheese was excellent. Warm, yeasty dinner rolls help bridge the gap between courses. My filet was very good, well-seasoned and cooked to perfect order. Cheesy hash browns and outstanding squash/zucchini accompaniments were tasty as well. Companions ordered crab cakes that received high marks, and the cheeseburger consumed by our youngest members was large, juicy and smothered in cheddar.
Topping of the evening was a delicious Southern Buttermilk Pie which could never have been big enough for me as I could keep eating that stuff for a long time. Hunt down the Third Bay Cafe for a delicious, relaxing evening.
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