What I expected when I saw the R&W's sign on a quaint log cabin was that the inside would be cozy and comfortable. Instead I was greeted by unclean fluorescent lighting and a cluster of junk memorabilia. R&W is clustered with junk thrift/garage seating that is worn and old which goes hand in hand with the food which seems to have been purchased generically and thrown to the bottom of the freezer for a year or two and then rediscovered only to end up on my plate. The place has potential if the owner's focus on what is important "the inside" and "quality food."
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