We stumbled into this little diner for lunch and found the atmosphere to be charming. We loved all the framed photos on the walls and the funky colors. Our waitress was attentive and friendly. Now for the food. My husband was really hungry so he had the Shepherd's Pie. When was the last time you saw that on the menu? It was a big portion and was well seasoned. It came out piping out with melted cheese on top. I went for the light salad with a piece of blackened fish on top. The fish portion, for the price (12.95) was very small, and the fish was almost stewed rather than grilled crispy as a blackened fish should be prepared. The house dressing was delicious. There wasn't an empty seat in the whole restaurant for lunch on a weekday so this little place seems to be doing quite well with the locals.
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