We stopped here on our way through actually looking for a different place. We walked in 20 minutes before closing and we were greeted politely, not as though we were a bother. There were few people in the place, and they seemed to know each other. By the size of their waiting area, it's evident the locals like it, and that's always a good sign. Locals are the repeat customers. My daughter enjoyed her chicken fingers. I got a loaded baked potato and explained to the server that it was the easiest choice for me because I can't have gluten. She asked me some questions and seemed interested in learning more. This is also a good sign...a server who wants to learn something that will help her do a better job. She said they were planning to offer a gluten-free menu, so celiacs, check back!
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