This little hide-away tavern is a gem. I was a little afraid to go in the first time because the outside doesn't look particularly inviting. But, the inside is warm and cozy and the owner did a great job of decorating. I think she is a fan of pintrest. The food is great and fresh. If you are looking for fancy, don't come here. Food is served on paper plates and the menu not that big, but they have a nice selection. My favorite is the green chili chicken enchiladas. Not covered with an inch of cheese. Just fresh and flavorful. Good assortment of beers also. In the summer months they have a nice courtyard with firepit.
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