While visiting area attractions, I stopped here for dinner recently. This restaurant is located in an historic building circa 1876 with very high ceilings and has been in business for 100 years. A counter/bar with stools stretches the length of the restaurant, which is long and narrow. Booths line the wall. There is a sign in the window stating that Clint Eastwood ate here. I ordered grilled chicken with grilled vegetables served over brown rice. The chicken was delicious as were the vegetables which were grilled to perfection. The lemonade was homemade and refreshing on a hot day and the server was extremely friendly. I would return if ever I am in the area again.
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