"This is an old-school restaurant and it is popular among the older crowd. It does not have real good signage and can easily b..."
"This is an old-school restaurant and it is popular among the older crowd. It does not have real good signage and can easily be passed. The building itself it not marked. You will only see the tall restaurant sign along the street. It is tucked away near the Cracker Barrel, if that helps. It has a large private parking lot, with more than enough spaces and a huge dining area. There ia also have a full bar with seating and a small patio area. You will find televisions, without sound, around the dining and bar areas.
they definitely love the military here. They have a nice display honoring Veterans, POWs and MIAs. It was well done and one of the first such that I have seen in any resturant.
The restaurant serves up you typical diner favorites such as burgers, fish, salads, steak, tenderloin, wings and Mexican food. They have a packed menu. Be sure to ask about there daily specials.
I went with the prime rib and cheddar melt, with a side of fries. It took about 12 minutes minutes for them to prepare my food and have it at my table. It was fresh, hot and delicious. The prime rib was tender and flavorful. I really liked it and highly recommend it.
The staff was nice and the restaurant was clean. It had a nostalgic, antique/historic vide. This is an obscure diamond in the rough that is definitely a viable option for diner or lunch."