This new found gem is located in a small, very plain building about a mile down from the light on US 31 toward Kewadin. You have to look for it or you will probably miss it. There is a sing in front but it is easily missed. The restaurant is small, maybe seating 40 people and is pen for Lunch and dinner plus a Sunday brunch. At first the menu offerings look like something you would find in a bar or neighborhood diner. However, upon closer examination you will discover some very unusual food that is simply wonderful. My wife and I split a cowboy nacho ad an appetizer and discovered it could have been a meal in itself. It was loaded with pulled pork covered in tomatoes, scallions BBQ sauce and melted cheddar. Very tasty and very unusual. We each had a spinach salad with candied walnuts, goat cheese and dried cranberries but were really tempted by their Waldorf salad. For our entrée we choose the shipyards pie. I delicious mix of Lamb stew met carrots, celery, onions, peas and corns smothered in roasted garlic mashed potatoes. It is hard to find Shepherd's pie and even more difficult to find really good Shepherds Pie. The Supper club has both., There are so many other unusual items on the menu that it will take us quite a while to work our way through them not to mention the wonderful distraction of their daily specials. Prices are very moderate with nothing on the menu over $15. Service is very personal and friendly and we were waited immediately plus the chef/owner stopped by our table to see how we were doing and chat for a minute. We will be back to the Supper Club soon and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys good food.
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