This restaurant keeps changing owners and with each change, a new application for a liquor license goes in. I don't drink, so not a problem. The property is adjacent to a camp ground and rubber raft/canoe livery. The restaurant is open year round. I have been there in winter with a roaring fireplace. They have a nice outdoor dining area overlooking the river. Most meals are of the sandwich/basket/burger variety although some entrees are available. They also have a variety of appetizers, salads and soups. I had the prime rib and it was delicious. Came with mashed potatoes and mixed vegetable. Refills on soft drinks. Prices were quite reasonable. If you need alcohol to have a good time, you may want to consider elsewhere, but if you are a tea-totler like me, you should find this as a nice family restaurant. Hopefully they will get their liquor license before changing owners again.
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