We stopped here en route to the Santa Ynez Valley. It had been recommended by friends. We each had a hamburger, mine with chili. Very good meat and the chili was tasty. Potato salad was okay, could have used a wee bit more seasoning, but I did not want to eat it all anyway. Service was excellent. We arrived at one on a Friday and did not have to wait at all. The road is scenic. The setting is woodsy. The ambience is historic and rustic...it is well over 100 years old. We loved it.
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