There is a nice outside deck but the night we went it was rainy so we had to eat inside. The good thing is that the tables are communal and you might end up sitting with strangers. We were lucky enough to sit with a regular who gave us advise about the menu and also some local history. The food was very good. We wanted to keep it local so we had bison burgers and smoked fish - delicious!
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