After a 3 day camping trip with around 20 people, our tour guide recommended we all meet up at Annie's to talk about the trip, exchange emails, and say our fairwells. He described Annie's as having great food, and being very inexpensive and friendly. The food was cheap. That's about the only good thing I can say about it. Half the menu was unavailable due to a broken pizza oven. Rather than giving our order at a counter, or to a waiter, everyone at the table had to fill out a single card, throw money in a bucket and send someone up with it. We could not talk to each other about the trip because the music was so loud. You had to yell at the top of your voice to be heard by the person right next to you. This place might be a good deal for the early 20's, high on something, party crowd, but it does not have much to offer anyone else.