Stopped in on a Tuesday evening to enjoy one of the restaurant's wing nights, fantastic as usual. They have many wing flavors but I favor the Sweet Heat. Known for the home made quality of it's food and atmosphere; the dining area is a combination of cozy booths, high table seating and a private banquet room, there are also leather chairs in front of a a stone fireplace. The menu ranges from blue plate specials for lunch and on Sundays, to exquisite sandwiches, soups and "prepared on-site" deserts. One of the best kept secrets in town.
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