In the end, the long line-up was worth it (and yes, I'm told there are always line-ups). The menu was more broad than I had expected, but our table all had the same thing, meatloaf, and it was very good. The portions are huge so when you do have a choice, pick the smaller size. Unless you want to suffer the indignity of leaving with white foam boxes under your arm. The drink sizes are huge too and they are always refilling them. Don't order the lemonade unless you want to re-create memories of a kids birthday party, because it's really sweet. And the veggies... Anything green seemed really overcooked. Forget tender crisp or steamed - my beans had the crap boiled out of them and were served in a bowl that was a third full of hot water. The amazing pies made up for that though. And yes, the slices were big. Everything in the place was big, including most of the diners. The atmosphere was brighly lit and a litte dated - like a farm kitchen I guess. Not my thing, and not the place I would pick for a quite, private dinner. But fun and communal. So try it once and you may want to go back a few more times, but not that often.
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