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My wife and I biked the C&O from Cumberland to Little Orleans and stopped here for dinner. It is the only place we saw in the small town and it is certainly open with normal hours.
The staff was very friendly and after a long...More
I just hung up with Bill (5/29/2020) and he is open. We will be on the trail in July but unfortunately we come through Little Orleans on Tuesday--and he is closed on Tuesdays. Bill was very nice to talk to and suggested another couple of...More
We were biking on the western Maryland rail trail and that hope to stop here for lunch. All the windows were covered up and there was a sign that said for sale turn key restaurant. Doesn't look like the place is open any longer.
Great stop on a very hot day on the C&O!
We appreciated the A/C and cold drinks and a very good dinner! Nice people, even made us coffee after a puzzled look at 93 degrees outside! But it was three o’clock and when we are...More
We stopped at Bills place for an early lunch while riding the GAPCO trail. It was cold and rainy and we needed a break. Bill held court on a seat behind the counter and we had a great time talking with him andf having a...More
Best crab soup I have ever had and grill cheese was great also. People are friendly and two inparticular saved us from Little Orleans Lodge that left us stranded DONT STAY THERE heard it's dirty too. They are continuing the rail trail there so they...More
I've enjoyed every minute I spent at Bills. The food is great and lightning fast. The beer is cold and at a good price. But the real pleasure is Jack and his wife! He is Bill's son and now owns the bar. The bar usually...More
This is basically the only place to eat if you bike from Cumberland to New Orleans. It has its unique atmosphere and very unique Maryland fare. I don’t think there is anything light on the menu, but after biking 40 miles it all tastes good.