It's a bar in what used to be a church. There is quite the history behind it, which was quite interesting. We sat at the bar, and were waited on immediately. Bartender was very friendly and attentive to anything that we needed. I had the jalapeno brat with their homemade Parmesan chips. The flavor of the brat was mediocre. Just OK. It almost had a freezer burnt taste to it. Hubby had a white brat. Again, just a mediocre flavor...almost a real porky taste to it. Too much porky taste. The chips were quite good, and were served with their homemade ranch dip, which was very tasty. It is just an OK place to eat at. Not sure we would return for the brats. Many people have raved about their Friday fish fry, so may want to give them another chance with that. Service was very good.
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