Lunch in a cedar shack with daily changing blue plate dishes served in Styrofoam and plastic silver. You will be dining with oil workers and construction types as well as police officers and the occasional business type. You will not see tourists here.
You will find return customers that know this is a great place along the path of unpretentious restaurants that serve affordable and delicious food. Don't miss the connected market which is full of oddities that I would cook at home if I lived in the area.
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