We are part of the motorcylce group, "Ride to Eat" (haha) and we have passed Marlo's many times. We heard many good things about this place so we stopped one Saturday afternoon. (Careful...they close from 2ish to 5). The restaurant is full of history, good food & EXCELLENT staff!!! NO COMPLAINTS!! The beef is local. So many things are homemade!! The service was over the top!! It has a great outdoor eating area, but the weather was too hot for that. We will go back sometime to enjoy that part of the restaurant.
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