This was a lunch visit, and we sat at the bar. Both of us ordered a bacon burger, which is similar in size to what you would get at Outback or Big City Diner. I haven't been to this place in 15 years, but it looked exactly the same inside as it did then and as it probably did the first time 30 years ago. The decor is rough-hewn lumber with with artifacts and pictures on the walls. The staff was very good and very friendly at the bar. The burger was a little on the well-done side although it was ordered medium. Tasted good, though. Fries were average. My friend had cole slaw instead of fries, and it was above average. Only disappointment was that it was a little more expensive than I would have expected with the two burgers, two draft beers and tip bringing the total tab to $47. I see coupons in the Sunday paper all of the time, but I didn't have any and don't know what it would have knocked off the bill. So, my advice would be to grab the coupons when you see them if you plan on going here, or go at happy hour.
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