I was drawn in by the obvious effort to source food locally, and the modest prices, but the overall experience was disappointing. Two of the three lunch entrees were adequate, although my tuna melt had an excessive amount of mayo and was topped by a slice of processed cheese. The third order (a burger at $11.50) was dry and not very tasty, and the "caramelized onions" were decidedly not caramelized - in fact, limp and visually unappealing. Sandwiches were only available on white bread (Texas toast seemed to figure prominently) or white kaiser rolls.
Although the restaurant was quiet when we arrived, our food took a long time to arrive, considering its nature. Our server was pleasant but should have chased the food up or spoken to us during our wait.
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