A log cabin restaurant with beer ads on the walls (good microbrews, mind you), and rough plank tables but excellent food. I had the pepper- rolled steak medallions, which were tender, cooked perfectly (order medium if you order medium-rare at typical restaurants), and had an excellent port reduction sauce and wonderful polenta. Really perfect. My wife loved the potato-leek soup. The house wine was good and everything was reasonably priced. This appears to be a local's favorite.
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