This restaurant is a favorite of my grandfather's, but not mine. It seems to be the perfect type of place for a grandfather, from the country decor to the tired menu choices. The food here has that generic, Country Kitchen or Perkins kind of flavor. They're all the same and none of them are worth visiting unless you're hung over. I will say that the waitresses are all very nice, especially in the smoking section. Once in a great while I buck up and take my grandfather in for his favorite pot roast sandwich, but I've got to tell you, it's painful.