It was surprisingly busy for a Monday night; our waitress did a good job considering how many tables she had. Prices were very reasonable and we had dinner for three (1 beer, tap water) for $60-something with tip. Food was plentiful but the presentation was unappetizing (plate of roast pork special COVERED to the brim in gravy even where there was no food; scallops sitting in 1/2" of butter; lasagna plopped in the middle of a large otherwise bare plate) and the flavors were unremarkable. Chef salads included one very pale, hard tomato slice and a few shreds of carrot with the iceberg lettuce; dressing served on side. Rolls were doughy. The last time I was there was probably 20+ years ago and that's how long it will be before I return. Two of us were cold the entire time we were there. It probably felt good to the waitresses, though.
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