So many years ago this is where my dh parents went for anniversary wedding nights.
It is a pretty place with very good food, but not the bargain pizza and wings that Niagara is much loved. They both have since passed away and this restaurant has stood the the test of time. No doubt they could have gone commercial and been a success but instead choose to keep every thing traditional and charming with out stepping out to less food quality. I would consider this a nice dress on the very moderate side- nothing fancy or outside normal clothing for above jeans and a t. I would also calculate meals to not spend less than 20 a person-probably closer to 30. I would think its wheel chair accessible- but did not pay attention- it is right off the street with no major situations i can think of. check to make sure they are open-some days they are closed for business.
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