Our scenic route took us to Norman Rockwell country. After visiting the outlet mall at Lee, we toured the area around Stockbridge, reminiscing on a painting of the same by the artist. A historic building--hotel-like--caught our eye just off the main drag, and we decided to stop at Michael's for a quick meal. The hostess was amiable and seated us quickly and efficiently. The server was friendly and took our drink orders while we surveyed the menu. After several visits to the Black Rock Steak House in Springfield, VT the previous week, where I had the most delicious full-bellied fried clams for less than $10 on two occasions and $10.95 when they weren't special, I knew that the clam strips on this menu would not suffice. Both of us ordered the soup du jour and half sandwich. The soup was a cream of potato. I ordered the tuna sandwich, and my spouse, the turkey--both on rye. Mine was toasted; hers was not. The soup arrived first. It was tasty and hot. Good to the last drop, as the coffee commercial says. My sandwich had lots of tuna with a couple slices of red, fresh tomato, fresh lettuce (unwilted!), and several rounds of fresh onion. It was very good. My spouse's was similar, but without the onions. I had a bite: mmm! good! We came away with full stomachs and appetite satisfaction for just under $15, tax and tip included. Good value for our money!
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