We found ourselves in Gananoque and hungry, so sought out a country pub type of place for lunch. The first place we walked into - Pig Iron BBQ - we just turned right around and walked out. A little further up was Anthony's, so we went in there. The atmosphere is certainly not posh, but the service was good and the food fine. My partner had liver and onions and said it was OK (too much gravy and too many fries, but the liver was good). I had a rueben, which was a little fatty, but tasty. Too many fries as well. The wine was a Pelee Island red, at a reasonable price and a good poor. One wine plus 2 meals was $35, so prices are reasonable. I would like to go back in the summer, as their patio looked inviting.
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