Who knew that on old gas station with a tourist trap novelty store in the garage portion would be a good restaurant? We didn't until both a guide on a private tour and the host at our bed and breakfast both raved about the food. They were right. Service is slow due to being understaffed. The wine or beer is better than the sangria which seemed to lack alcohol, but the food is really great. If you go with realistic expectations, it was a gas station and it is very casual, you will enjoy hanging out and having a great meal. We would definitely go there again.
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