loved this place tho. I really enjoyed it. Wish it hadn't closed, but you know how that goes, it happens a lot in small towns.
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watch for reopening somewhere else, different name. tripadvisor says i need to use 100 characters minimum, so i continue to type. just don't want anyone to have inconvenience of going and finding it closed. lots of other fun choices downtown though!
we tried every thing in the menu, and we all loved the food, we were surprised because from the outside it look like an average restaurant but the food was delicious.
We had excellent tomato-basil soup, my favorite, Ahi tuna, and a hamburger. The place was small, with hard surfaces, so it got very noisy during the busy lunchtime hours. The bar was a pleasant area with a couple of booths and a large listing of...More
We never would have found this place if they hadn't recommended it at our hotel, but it proved well worth tracking down. The atmosphere is pleasantly casual, though a few diners were dressed up. We had no problems with the service (other than the almost...More
We had the special of the evening- a wonderful pork tenderloin with a mango salsa and cream sauce, orozo, & grilled asparagus. It was amazing. Theu have a variety of fun martinis- I had a vanilla lemon drop martini and my husband had a martini...More
The service leaves much to be desired. I have been there several times because the food is excellent, but the service, though friendly, is interminable. You can expect to wait half an hour for someone to take your order then another 45-60 minutes for your...More
If you are in the Roseburg, OR area, this is a great place to stop for dinner. Resturant in located in downtown Roseburg, lots of street parking. Excellent food, great service and good selection of items. Waitress checked on us several times, made suggestions for...More
Stopped here after a day of hiking and Crater Lake ... The menu makes a statement of slightly upscale but I felt comfortable in jeans and a long sleeve t shirt. I was planning on a burger and she planned on the salmon until hearing...More