Odessa is kind of out of the way, But it is worth the drive. Went for lunch on a cold winter day . We sat in the bar with a nice fire going in the fireplace. Started with oysters on the half shell, and had a fried shrimp Po boy. My wife had the home made pierogis and a BLT. The oysters were fresh and quite good. The Po Boy had a good amount of shrimp and was very good. The BLT was made with in house cured bacon. The bacon was thick and tasty. I don't care for pierogis, but my wife said they were the best she had ever had. The beer selection is quite extensive and the bar tender was very knowledgeable and friendly. Most of the people eating at the bar seemed to be regulars. The menu is varied from simple sandwiches to complex dinners. We definitely plan to return
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