We like to get off of the interstate sometimes and try a local place. We found this restaurant open (the only one it town open on Sunday evening). It had a small town sports bar/cafe look. Nice and clean inside. About half-full, though the waitress thought they were swamped. Service was very friendly but it took a while for the food to come. It was good when it came, though. I had a tradtional pork tenderloin--grilled and very flavorful but just slightly salty. My wife has a bouron turkey on pretzel, which she raved about. Decent beer selection--but no draft beer. I'm glad we got off the freeway, but also glad we were not in a hurry. Close to the Ohio River (road runs along it) and the town is nice to walk through. Street parking only. Faster service would have gotten this place 4 stars.
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