We arrived around 2 pm after the lunch crowd. The pork chop sandwich was not what I had anticipated but was ok. It appeared to be a pressed pork patty battered and fried instead of a real pork chop. My boyfriend had a Reuben that was less than impressive. It was served with mayo instead of Thousand Island dressing. We both had salads with blue cheese dressing which were ok. The restaurant has a casino and bowling alley in the same building. Probably would not have stopped there had it not been for the reviews. Would consider going back to try the breakfast menu.
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