Wife and I stopped into this little spot a couple weeks ago for lunch on a Saturday. The vintage wood decor and old time saloon feel were appealing to us. It was a nice day and the large glass panels were open (I would recommend getting a table by the panels).
The fried chicken was excellent. Moist, crunchy fried chicken is always a good decision. The mac and cheese was also quite good.
I decided to sample some of the local rye whiskey. If you do not know anything about whiskey, their whiskey menu is a little overwhelming but they can help you figure out the drink for you.
If you have time for lunch, I would highly recommend stopping here.
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