We came here upon the recommendation of the B&B owner we were staying with. It sounded nice, have a beer on a giant deck. When we arrived they were pretty busy and there was not a cloud in the sky. It was probably pushing 85 degrees out, so when we were seated at a table right in the sun with no shade at all I asked if we could be moved to one of the many empty tables with umbrellas. I was told no, there was no room (though I could see the empty tables). I figured the hostess was just having a bad day so I would ask the waitress- after waiting awhile and being surrounded by people smoking (yes it's outside so I guess they are allowed but it smelled bad) we placed our beer order and I asked if we could move over to the table with the umbrella not far from us. She said no I would have to ask the hostess. UGH! I decided not to eat here so I would not fry. Our beers arrived and I got a rolling rock in a can- I haven't been served a can of beer at a restaurant ever, and rolling rock is not the same in a can. I chugged as fast as I could and left, with a sunburn. On a shady day this is a good place for bikers and smokers and people who want to drink out of cans. Will not return.
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