Wanted to love it, this is a tiny place in a dying town I grew up loving. We spent 20.00 on two orders of french fries, three chicken tenders, one single scoop of ice cream. Fries were nothing special, and neither was the chicken. The big issue we had was how dirty the little restaurant was AND how dirty the people working there were as well. I'm sorry, but it's very difficult to want to eat in a place where the people have so much sweat stained under their armpits that their t shirts are now completely discolored, not to mention long, dirty fingernails, and greasy hair. We ended up getting ours to go. Lastly, this place should be labeled as "cheap eats" but it is actually rather expensive. Some may say the food tastes good, but I assure you, it was not cooked in a clean kitchen.
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