4 based on 56 reviews
This place is very much off the beaten path but a nice drive through the countryside. It seems more like a "locals" hangout than anything else. It is quirky to say the least. The beers we tried we really enjoyed but the food was less than average. A $7 sausage on a bun and a $13.50 individual pizza and both were just okay at best. Go for a sampling of the interesting beers they have on tap but far better places to eat in the area. If you are just spending the day in the valley not sure it would be high on the list of things to do!Thanks for giving us a try. We could lower the price of our sausages served on a homemade pretzel roll and meat pizzas' if we purchased our meats from an industrial food provider. Since farming is important to us, we partner with a local farmer for all of our meats. We know exactly how the animals were raised and that they were treated humanely. We also believe it is important to make as much of our food from scratch in house and paying our labor a fair wage.
4 based on 334 reviews
This restaurant spans back hundreds of years when this place was the frontier. Back then there was a spring in the house and people would come by for good water. People are still coming to the house and for good reason. Not only is this place charmingly local with a cool history, it serves up decent food as well. I went with the steak, which had a nice marinade giving a very nice flavor to the steak overall. The fries corn was very moreish, and could definitely see eating way too much of that. The service was good and the people were lovely â definitely recommend!
4 based on 92 reviews
We were a large group (27 people), and had made a reservation weeks in advance. We arrived at 7pm, they pointed us to our table.... with room for 18 people. We had to ask other people to move so that we could all get seated (we later found out that the people we asked to move was one of the owners and his friends).It took until after 7:30pm for everyone to place their order, as we all had to stand in line to place our order at one of 2 registers. We then had to wait forever for the food to come out, with the last couple of orders finally arriving after 9:30pm! It was total chaos. You knew it was bad when people throughout the place (not just our group) were applauding when their food finally arrived.When I spoke to one of the owners, he explained that they just can't really handle such a large crowd all at once. I suggested that maybe they shouldn't take reservations for such large groups (or at least make it clear how long we would have to wait), and his response was "yeah.... we're not going to do that... people never mind waiting more than an hour for their food". WHAT?!?!? Did he really just say that?!?!? I was appalled by his indifference. Part of me wished he would have lied and told me he felt bad for us having to wait so long (but he didn't).The beer was very good, but you had to wait in the same line to get a beer as to order food, and few were willing to wait in line to get a second beer.The food was "good" (but check out the pic of how small the wings were), the beer was "very good", but the service and ownership is the model for how NOT to run a business. Stay away from this place, until they learn how to run a hospitality business.
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