If Frank Herbert knew about this place he would have written about the Sauce and not the spice. Surprisingly the surrounding community did not discover this joint yet. Or it was because of the odd hour between lunch and dinner that I went in. Otherwise I wouldn't be able to make it to the order point. But I did and I ordered a future history of rueben (or 'how rueben got its groove back' as they call it) with a touch of grandpa sauce (a house produced hot sauce), an order of fries and a Yuengling Lager. In the middle of the meal I had to replenish liquid stocks and got a Tarnation by Baxter Brewery as the fires are for a hungry trio in size yet tasty enough not to abandon them even if you are alone. The burger tasted very good, the sauces and cheese were balanced. The only drawback was it was not hot but warm. The fries tasted sincere, the way they would had you made them at home. The beer selection was well balanced. And the service was as sincere as the fries.
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