This one is far out, about a half hour drive, but if you are up for a little change, this is worth the nice drive. An all American place with the standard fare, no big surprises, just really delicious food without the fancies, but with all the great basics. Good for the no spice is nice crowd.
Sunday night last, we went with friends to celebrate a birthday and we had a really good time. If you have a nice place, friendly people, good service, good food, handicap accessible, free birthday cake and clean rest rooms, to me, that’s a win. Oh, and the toppers for me are great brown iced tea, not that barely uncolored stuff we get so much of around here, and a real relish tray with black and green olives, cut carrots and celery, crunchy garlic toast and rolls.
I had the deep fried scallops, my dh’s mushrooms from his filet mignon, and a baked sweet potato with brown sugar plus a good sized side salad with French Roquefort dressing, not that ol’ bleu cheese creamy sauce in a sealed package which we often see more than we’d like.
Our friends enjoyed the Chicken and Ribs combo and Pork Chops. All reported good, yummy, and abundant enough. They were also served a carafe of coffee in a metal pot and a glass of white zin.
I generally prefer a booth over a table, but tables are all they offer, so I dealt with it, and as such, it wasn’t so bad over by the wall. The prices are about average and there is a long bar available in a separate room for bar stool lovers. I give it a 17.5 out of 25. I miss the sauces, but I appreciate the waitress who got up on a chair to plug in my oxygen machine.