What a horrible experience. The door was propped open in the men's room to let light in as the lights were out as the whole place was dark. No privacy. I used the last two paper towels to wipe my hands. It was a great place to watch TV. They had competitive surfing on one wall, ESPN on the other wall, and loud rock music overplaying the voices on the TV. I think it was set up for the benefit of the employees and certainly not the patrons. It was a cold and rainy day outside and they had the door propped open. I had to ask for the door to be closed to keep from freezing. The food was average. Nothing to write home about. My wife had sirloin pho and I had brisket pho . The sirloin was certainly more tender. Average, average, average!
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