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Five of us went here for lunch and I believe we ordered five different menu items.
Every one was pleased with their lunch. Service was fast. Not a lot of atmosphere, but if you want good food and excellent service, this is the place to...More
Enjoyed this restaurant. Combines great BBQ with plenty of good vegetables. Located in a small, walkable, “lumber yard” business district near breweries and other restaurants. You can spend an evening here and do several things. I had the smoked sausage and my wife had the...More
A high-ceilinged, rather plain room with jangly music and pleasant wait staff. Parking is tricky. Limited selection of sweeteners for the tea. Food was generous and plain as well. Two of us had lunch for around $40.
Very quaint, food menu is easy to understand, fresh products, good selection of beers, mom and pop joint, off the street about 10 yards. Laid back, and not a kid place. Mainly adults, food is for adults mainly. They do have a children’s menu.
I really appreciate that this place with “Meat and three” in the title was so vegetarian friendly. The Mac and cheese is the best I’ve had in a long time. Good beer selection, nice ambience, helpful staff.
We visited this restaurant based on reviews. There were picnic tables outside and lots of dogs and their owners enjoying a beautiful day. Inside everything was nicely decorated and very open. The problem was service. We had to ask for utensils after our food was...More
Been there several times in the past, Usually in the evening to have their pulled pork, which is outstanding, but they usually run out in the evening. Went there for lunch and was able to order it. The BBQ is in fact very good but...More