We should have turned around and got right back on the road when we saw the "help wanted" sign on the door, but we were all hungry and needed a rest from tramping around the mountains looking at the foliage, and there it was, looking all cute and quaint by the side of the road. It didn't take long to get seated or to get our drinks and orders taken. Eventually we noticed that out of the 10 occupied tables, at least 7 were occupied by people with drinks and no food. Even after one of the waitresses came around to refill drinks for a THIRD time, all 7 tables were without food. However, by that time 2 of them were also without people, as the customers had given up and walked out. After 40 minutes we asked the waitress how much longer.."a few minutes". It was another 10 minutes before we asked another one. This young lady actually offered to go ask----and came back to tell us "any minute now". It was another 15 minutes--over an hour total-- before we got our food. And then had to track down another waitress so we could get some silverware. It might have been understandable for complicated orders; this is what it was: tuna salad on rye toast, potato salad; tuna salad on wheat toast, fries; cheeseburger, fries; grilled cheese, salad. I mean, come on! Almost half of that food is already cooked, it just needs to be served. As for the food---the toast was only toasted on one side (how do you even do that?) cold, and limp. The tuna salad was pasty, yet oddly dry (I asked for a side of mayo and it was brought 10 minutes later---I was supposed to wait that long to fix my sandwich to eat it?), and both came on rye bread instead of one rye and one wheat. Something very odd was stuck to the top of my sandwich---it might have been cheese (although it was white and gummy; since I wasn't going to eat the limp bread I ignored it). The "vinaigrette" on the salad tasted like pure apple cider vinegar. Yes, it looks very charming and rustic; do not be fooled. Those walking around eating ice cream cones looked MUCH happier than those trying to enjoy a meal. The menu is also very limited. Make this a stop for a treat and move on down the road for real food.
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