Have dined here 5 times over the last 10 years and it is the same on each visit. A typical quaint country diner, good food, decent price and friendly service. Having said that, there are drawbacks inherent to this type of place. Mainly, limitations on service when demand is high. Everyone wants to eat at a country mountain diner so it can be very busy during tourist season. Go off peak times is your best bet because they have some neat little cabins which I have not stayed in but look nice from the outside.
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