The fact that this is the #2 ranked restaurant in Harper's Ferry on here says a lot about the sad set of choices diners are faced with in this historic, yet gastronomically-challenged town. Maybe it's better when you can sit outside on a sunny day, but we had to sit inside on a cold damp autumn day and it was depressing. A "0" for ambience. How about at least scrubbing the toilet and sink in the men's room once a month or so, and putting a roll of paper towels in there? The food was not bad . . . for what one might expect from a school cafeteria. But let's not fool anyone into thinking this place is anything more than a 3 or 4 on a 10-point scale. And it is NOT a good value unless you consider $47 for one adult and two kids for a late lunch a good value.
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