This restaurant is on High Street. If you are touring Harpers Ferry on foot then there is no need for a car.
Do not let the outside of the establishment turn you off in to entering. It is easy to miss since it is sort of below street level. You have to walk down several steps. Like previous writers mentioned, if dining on the back patio, they will take you for a short walk through the kitchen. An outdoor staircase leads to the patio level with large potted plants and assorted tables. (PS-You can enter the patio/deck via the street in the back. It requires only one step up but you will have to let them know that you are out there.) Dining area inside is small and has little ambiance. It will not appeal to those looking for that "historic" Harper's Ferry flavor. That aside, on to the food.
We ordered a beef and a vegetable quesadilla. They came with a side salad made of romaine lettuce with tomatoes, olives, etc. The quesadillas were huge! Visualize a 12 inch plate and fold it in half. THAT was the size of the quesadillas filled with goodies and covered with melted cheese on the outside. (Different, but yummy!) We should have ordered a single meal because neither one of us could finish our choices. Cost was $9.99 each. My husband ordered a side of curly fries that were seasoned and crisp and really not necessary because we had to leave a portion of those behind, also. Our total bill with tax and tip was $23.18. A bit on the high side for lunch, but you have to realize as with all tourist sites, you are a captive audience so to speak. Up the street snow cones were selling for $3.75 each and that is just ice and syrup.
Robbie was our server and he was very helpful and attentive. No complaints there! We always had fresh water, napkins, etc.
We would definitely dine there again, but sample something different. Many things on the menu looked inviting.
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