This restaurant was recommended to us by family as we were in town for a 4th of July family gathering. He told us it was where his grandmother always took him after he had worked preparing her lake house each spring. We knew then we had to go and check it out. Yes, it is very outdated and dark BUT the food was wonderful, even my vegetarian husband found something he could eat. Our waitress was very informative and attentive, her beer and food recommendations suited us well. The music was dated from the 70's but then it was songs we all knew and a few had even been played at our wedding! Ended the evening by walking down the hill to see a gorgeous sunset and fireworks on the lake. Looking forward to the next gathering so we can eat there again.
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