The food was just average, as noted by other reviewers, but the experience was...different! You feel like you are eating in a store (the shelves are stocked), and only about a half dozen or so tables are in there. BUT they are open until 9 (a lot of others closed early) and had some unique sights (upstairs bathroom and decor). It's a one-time experience that piqued our curiosity and seemed to fit in with Harper's Ferry itself.
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