Their hamburgers are what hamburgers used to taste like when the butcher cared about his craft. The fried chicken is just like Mom used to make for Sunday dinner. Onion rings, fries etc. always crisp and delicious. To die for desserts, very good soups. They also have prime rib on weekends, but I'm not a fan so don't know much about it. Don't be fooled by the outside. It's where those 'in the know' go for good food and drink in a welcoming atmosphere.
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