I was cycling the GAP and ate supper here. At first I walked over from my B&B, but did not like the look of the place. A drunken man was loudly proclaiming in front, the inside was empty (I was early for dinner, late for lunch), so I went looking for other alternatives. Finding none, I came back reluctantly. I now found the place full with two large groups of river paddlers. The prices seemed high, so I ordered the (less expensive) steak sandwich for around $12, and waited for a very, very long time to get it. The wait staff were friendly enough, just inefficient. I was getting pretty bugged and then my sandwich arrived. It was HUGE, the steak was an entire, tender, tasty steak cut up and put into a crusty submarine sandwich type bread with grilled peppers, cheese, and mushrooms. There were some kind of corn chips that appeared to be homemade, too. Given that I was a starving cyclist who'd ridden out here from New Mexico, this was a memorable meal - quantity and quality. My gripes about slow service disappeared, as my stomach filled. I did observe, however, what others at nearby tables ordered and their food did not look all that impressive. I saw many of the paddlers leave a lot of uneaten food on their plates, too. I think I lucked out and must have ordered the best thing on their menu. I ordered dessert too, and eventually the waiter came over and said they were out of what I ordered, so I got something else, I forget what. But the steak sandwich I ate here was unforgettable.
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