The service was friendly and quick. I had wanted a coffee with my dinner. The waitress told me it would take an extra few minutes, but she would brew a new pot for me so that I could have a fresh cup. I though that was really considerate, since most places will just give you what they have sitting there. The menu consisted mostly of basics and comfort food (burgers, club sandwiches, meatloaf, turkey dinners, etc.). I couldn't decide between the meatloaf and the chicken pot pie. I asked the waitress for her opinion. She said she's not a meatloaf person, but that the customer behind me had ordered it and he cleared his plate. I took that as a 'sign' and ordered the meatloaf.
I have to say, it was excellent! For the two of us, we spent $21 (before tip) for a dinner consisting of a meatloaf platter, a turkey platter, one coffee, and one soda. Not too bad for something that was like a home-cooked meal in a tourist spot.
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Forest Hills, New York
November 27, 2004
From journal Orlando and Orange Lake Country Club
East Hampton, Connecticut
November 1, 2004
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