So said my husband today after consuming an excellent lunch. The Rhody (as it's known locally) is open March--November and has a different cuisine featured each month. In July they serve island food (Caribbean, Hawaiian, Cuban, etc.) and we had the Cuban sandwich. We preceded the entree with a Chuckanut cheese plate (3 local cheeses plus a mango chutney with apple slices) and it was all yummy. I had locally made ice cream for dessert (vanilla and salted caramel). I admit I didn't especially care for the salted caramel ice cream; thought it tasted like molasses, but other than that, I would definitely recommend.
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