I recently ate at the Teeter House for lunch. I was unimpressed by the food which was similar to what you would revive at your local Denny's restaurant, 100% pre packaged and store bought, but I was even more unimpressed with the service and the wait. We waited over an hour for three sandwiches and a cup of soup. The restaurant was full with a group of elderly tea drinkers, when I say full, maybe 20 people in the tiny two room establishment. The "chef" was inadequately prepared for what was a very simple menu and should have been able to kick out a hundred sandwiches in 10 minutes. Being a chef, I am admittedly overly critical of restaurants in general, however I would not recommend the Teeter House. Mise en Place chef, you must have skipped this chapter.
Pros: Better restaurants in the area