Staying in town for a short conference at VMI, I ate here with two dining companions at the recommendation of a lieutenant on post. There is ample parking in the back and plenty of tables for a Monday walk-in.
We were shown to a booth and given sizable menus, as well as a print-out of the specials. I ordered the tomato and basil bruschetta for the table, a generous portion of eight toasted points with light cheese already melted on them with a sauce of tomato, basil, onion, and balsamic vinegar in the center of the plate that one could spoon out as much or as little as one pleased. The tomatos were fresh and chunky-cut, and the toast was only slightly toasted, leaving the bread still warm but ready to soak up the vinegar.
My main course the the grilled vegetable club, a large roll stuffed with onions, zucchini, squash, and tomato slices, along with a nice slice of mozzarella. The sandwich was large and tasty, and was better off eaten either in half or with a fork and knife. The bread did get soggy on the bottom from the juices in the veggies. The sandwich came with a side of slaw and a sour pickle spear.
For dessert I had the key lime pie packaged for take-out. When I ate it, the flavor was not as tart as I would have liked. It came with a dollop of whipped cream on top of a berry reduction.
Overall, a very satisfying meal at a reasonable price. Service was fine and would recommend again.
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