My wife and I stopped here for lunch while on a Minnesota excursion type vacation. It appeared that perhaps in the evening hours, the place might have more of the atmosphere of a bar and grill. However, at lunch, it was a cross between a fast-food place and a sit-down diner. You order your food and pay for it at the counter and then go and find a place to sit. They then bring your food out to you. The staff were friendly, the place was nice, the food was good and the price was reasonable.
My wife liked her flat bread pizza and iced tea and I did the same with my gyro, potato chips and rootbeer. Fourteen bucks.
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