I came here on the recommendation of a federal employee who works nearby. I told him I was headed to "X" restaurant and he said that I may want to try the Cannonball Deli. Well, since I am a volunteer with Company D, First US Artillery at Fort Washington NHP, Maryland; a eatery with a name connected to artillery is okay by me. They are in a basement. If you are at the corner of High Street and Shenandoah Street looking up High Street, it's the third or fourth door on the right. I had a Greek dish that begins with an "F". It was wonderful. No Costco or Sam's Club bought food and re heated. This was FRESH FOOD and big portions. The fountain drinks are refilled after the first purchase. They have Hershey ice cream at a lower cost than the "X" restaurant I was going to go to. The employee behind the cash register was the waiter. He had a Greek accent and seemed to be of college age, so I assumed he was the son of the owner. He could not have been nicer. The cook, who was also college age, never said anything to me. So, I could not detect an accent. They had six shelves of books on the far wall of the restaurant. Some were related to the Civil War and Harper's Ferry but couldn't figure out why they would have them. The place is small so I would not want diners to "overstay their welcome" so room could be made for new arrivals. Reasonable prices (as compared to other places in Harper's Ferry) and very clean. I gave the waiter / cashier a twenty percent tip. I think I have found my new default restaurant in the lower town of Harper's Ferry !
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