Went on a Wednesday with my partner around 7:30. Looks like a house from the outside, very tiny inside, 6 tables and a bar. It's pretty clearly a "regulars" place, as everyone looked at us, but no one welcomed us when we walked in. The decor is really quaint, log cabin style, very kitschy - but clean and well done, very homey and welcoming.
After asking the bartender if we sat ourselves, we waited at a table for about 5 minutes before the waitress came over. Ordered the combo platter with jalapeno poppers, cheese curds, and mushrooms, and a chicken Parmesan pizza. The appetizer took over 30 minutes to get to us, and we did not see the waitress once the entire time. However, it was almost worth the wait. All the pieces were hand breaded with some sort of herb/panco bread crumb mix, which made the cheese curds absolutely delicious, and the mushrooms and jalapeno poppers way better than average. Best combo platter I've ever had. Worth 30 minutes? If the waitress had talked to us just once to apologize or explain the wait, definitely. Without that? Probably not.
The pizza came just before we finished the appetizer, and the waitress failed to refill my partners soda, even though it was sitting empty at the edge of the table (and had been for 10 minutes). The homemade thin crust was cooked well and was delicious, the red sauce was very flavorful and went well with the thin seasoned chicken slices, and the cheese was greasy and lovely. A delicious and well made pizza.
Overall, we will be going again, and the food was great, but the service was nice enough, but very disappointing and slow, and for a first time customer, that was very telling. For such a tiny, intimate restaurant with two employees in the front, it's not hard to be even slightly more attentive.