Heard that the sandwiches were really good here, but you need a box to take them home because they are so big. Ordered the Dipper (their version of French Dip) and split it and still wound up taking some home. The Dipper is not like any French Dip I've ever eaten. Most of them are slices of beef between 2 pieces of bread where you need the au jus. This probably didn't need the au jus with all of the flavor on the extras - mushrooms, onions and whatever they were cooked with - but the au jus itself had more than the usual flavor. If you want a gourmet French Dip, this is the place to get it. Mitch the owner is out walking around to check how folks are doing, which makes it a nice, down-to-earth atmosphere.