It's decent, competent, unpretentious, popular with the locals, and cash-only. It's also way off my beaten path unless I'm already heading that way out of town. The food is nothing to write home about, but neither am I complaining, because there's really nothing to complain about.
Further on the way out of town are two other venerable institutions: Horsemen Lodge and 2 Bar 3. I ate at the former once years ago, and it was great, but not a place I could consider an actual site of pilgrimage. Currently it's owned by the Northern Pines people, which bodes well, but I really have no desire to return. 2 Bar 3 holds a strange fascination for me, and was a favorite stop for the hang glider set, but given its health violation history I have yet to muster the courage to stop there.
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|Business Category:||Local establishment (1-2 locations)|
|How often visited:||A few times|
|How likely to return:||Maybe not|
|Last known visit:||2017-10-06|