Good food and interesting presentation-ie. the 'trash plate' where the two side dishes are on the plate and then topped by the entree-such as barbecue pork sitting on top of fries and macaroni salad. Prices were good and portions large. If you chance upon it, it's worth the stop, but it's not like it's a must see type of place.
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