The key here is to visit when it's not brutally crowded. It was clear that when they were VERY busy, the noise level went way up and the service (in the restaurant, bar, etc.) all went way down. The quality of service when the place was NOT packed, was great. This is a somewhat "off the beaten path" kind of place that makes it nice & fun - but you can't expect all the service and amenities of a larger city when you are out in Murphys to enjoy the country!
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