Their seating area is pretty small, with 7 booths and room for about four people per booth. And the booths are kinda tight. I'm a pretty rotund person, so it was a bit of a squeeze.
Our server was polite and efficient. The restaurant was less than half full.
They have a stone pizza oven. It used to be wood fired, but now it looks like they converted it to natural gas.
I ordered the French dip. The wife got the Philly cheesesteak. The inlaws both got the captains platter. We all got the beer battered steak fries and we also ordered their "heads & tails" which are small bread sticks.
All the food was good. The roast beef on my sandwich was real chunks of roast beef and not just heated up deli meat.
Prices were reasonable.
We'd come back.
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