I have lived in the area for 2 years, and thought that this place was closed for the longest time...the plain brick exterior with limited signage doesn't do this place justice, and to a certain extent can be a bit off-putting...when I finally went in this past weekend I was pleasantly surprised by a very clean and nice looking interior, and will definitely return! Very well done for a small place. My boyfriend and I both ordered roast beef sandwiches that ended up being delicious, and very reasonably priced. We had curly fries on the side, which were a generous portion, again, for a very reasonable price. Drinks are limited to a few select can and bottle options in a cooler, and I can see how the seating may be cramped on a busy day, but very comfortable when we were in there. It wasn't clear where the restroom was, as there were two wooden interior doors with no signage (that I could see), but one had a decorative hat on it, which ended up being the restroom, and the other apparently leads into the kitchen. There is also another exterior door, again, no signage, but it isn't an entrance or exit door, it is a locked door. I only mention this as I feel that with a little more work on the exterior cosmetics, they could be doing a much better business. The door that almost everyone sees (foot-traffic-wise), has NOTHING on it...they should at least put their business name and hours on it...a little marketing goes a long way, and they are very basic on the outside, not inviting people in to enjoy their great sandwiches! A lot of potential, they just need to find a way to pull more people in, in my opinion.
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