Good things are happening inside this unassuming rustic cabin! It's a hidden gem - open three seasons and we only just now discovered it through TripAdvisor. Why no advertising? The well-trained chef uses only the best, freshest ingredients. Where else can you get hand-pulled mozzarella made in house? The decor is as unassuming as the exterior. A white formica counter and several vinyl-topped wooden tables simply furnish the dining room. The chef ran short on some needed ingredients for our order, but successfully (and very apologetically) made perfectly acceptable substitutions. The Bradley salad was excellent - chock full of delicious dried cherries and bleu cheese. The Goomba sandwich was a tasty combo of Italian cured meats, cheeses, and condiments on a fresh toasted roll. Servings were reasonable sized that we did not overeat, and the prices were good, especially considering the quality of the agreements. We noticed several innovative choices on the menu, like Mesquite BBQ ribs and eggs for breakfast. If you go expecting well-prepared, tasty food in a simple camplike rustic atmosphere, you won't be disappointed!
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