This place has great food, great atmosphere, and huge lines.
The place attracts in town locals and out of state tourists. When both local and tourists are going, you know the place is good. The major negative here is lines can be hours to get a table. Your better off trying very late breakfast...think lunch rather than trying to get in at 9 or 10.
If your from out of town, I recommend going during the sugar season since they will be boiling maple sap and it’s interesting to see the process. I think that puts the dates around mid March depending on the weather. Keep on mind it is not unusual to get a storm that drops a foot or more of snow at this time of year and the location is quite rural so drive safe.
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