The dining room is old (1950s) and worn. The old, dark nicked wooden clapboard walls with their numerous commercial calendars, stained worn-out framed pictures scattered throughout surround the Formica top tables and chairs. The outdated, faux stain glass chandeliers add to the worn, tired appearance and clashes with the blue neon ceiling accent lights. The tables, booths and bar are a tad too cramped; making quiet conversation difficult when the room and bar are crowded with patrons. Altogether this eclectic room lacks theme and ambiance. The staff is friendly and service appropriate. Outdoor seating is located a short distance from the intersection of two major state highways bordering the parking lot. The two-sided, one-page menu has daily specials and a few popular German items. The food portions were generous and had a distinctly German style flavor.
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