My wife and I decided to eat here during a 3 day weekend in the area after reading a review saying it was a favorite with the locals. While there were a couple nice items on the salad bar (I particularly liked the chow chow and the pickled beets) there was very little in the way of meats. They have a grill where they make potato pancakes (among other things) but we were particularly disappointed in them. As far as dessert is concerned, I am a big fan of shoo-fly pie but theirs is served cold - a big sin as far as I am concerned. If you don't want to pay what they are charging at Miller's or Shady Maple (and you don't like crowds) you can save some money and time here and get mediocre food.
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