We stopped by for dinner and definitely had an enjoyable meal. My wife and I shared a chicken salad with some walnuts, blue cheese, and dried cranberries, and then split a Durango burger which was seasoned with a variety of spices. Both were excellent. Our daughter had Mac and cheese and it was nice to see a light cheese coating with "real" noodles as opposed to charging us $6 for a box of Kraft. Definitely a keeper for a date night dinner before a movie.
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