I had the pan-fried perch dinner with fries and cole slaw. My dinner companion had the pork chop with a cider glaze which looked like something Fred Flintstone would have (huge!) and we shared the whitefish and artichoke appetizer which came warm with good bread. Both entrees were about $18/19 which seemed a little pricey, but we both enjoyed what we ordered. Service was long but we were gabbing so it didn't matter to us. Service could have been a bit less intrusive, but our server was very pleasant. We sat at a booth and the plain wooden seats were very hard and cold, but I liked the wall mural and decor and woud go there again for perch and that artichoke dip.
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