This place is a little difficult to find if you don't know to look for a house, but is well worth the hunt. My daughter and I arrived at about 2 PM on a weekday and were surprised to find it busy. We were immediately seated in one of the three dining areas, very close to the kitchen. Rather than being a distraction, it was fascinating watching the teamwork of the staff who seemed relaxed but were the epitome of efficient. I had a huge tuna melt sandwich on an English muffin toasted to perfection with a generous side of delicious potato salad. My daughter had the soup and sandwich combination which was a bowl of soup and a whole sandwich for $6.99! For dessert, we shared a chocolate peanut butter pie that was to die for. Just the right chocolate to peanut butter ratio. The bill for the entire meal, $21! Note: I had been there with a person in a wheelchair and while there is a ramp in the rear of the building, maneuvering the wheelchair was difficult given the small sand parking lot.
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