At first we thought our GPS had misguided us, because we ended up at an airport hangar and it looked deserted--no restaurant in sight! Fortunately, we circled back and flagged a passing motorist who told us to drive around behind the hangar, and sure enough, there it was. The sign said it closed at 7 p.m., and it was almost 7 by the time we found it...but we were welcomed warmly and served without being rushed. The food was made from scratch and it was delicious. It didn't seem to matter that we were the only customers in the place by then. When we left and paid with our USAA credit card, the young man thanked my husband for his military service. How nice! We were just passing through and this was the perfect place for a worn-out pair of travelers.
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