published February 5, 2016

This is a nice spot for a low-key breakfast or lunch (they wrap things up by 4 every afternoon). Our first visit I had a strange, pulled-pork Cuban sandwich that was huge, delicious, and reasonably priced. Molly had a couple à la carte tacos that were modestly sized, but tasty. My sandwich was a special, and they had a few others, something they do no doubt to supplement the spare menu. Our next visit we’re looking forward to trying the Cowboy Sandwich, an odd concoction with bacon, a fried egg, hash browns, BBQ, and sour cream on board.

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