We joined friends for dinner at Eureka Hall traveling up from Presque Isle. This seems to be a favorite destination for folks at their camps looking for a place to head out for dinner. Walking in, we got a friendly hello and were seated quickly at the table. Glancing over at another table, I saw the pizza which looked amazing. Our order of Korean meatballs and clams for appetizers were delicious, and then the main courses arrived which we all loved. My dessert of little fried balls covered in sugar and them dipped in dark chocolate was so good! Very attentive staff. The decor was a bit hit and miss, and out table was an old 1940 dinette which was too small for out party of 4.
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