They also have ¼ pound all beef fried baloney sandwich on a toasted bun. That’s a sandwich that will never go out of style. If you’re not in the mood for burger, perhaps you’ll enjoy slow roasted pork served plain or barbecue. Perhaps a mild white fish sandwich that is lightly breaded or a baked ham sandwich would be more to your liking. Of course I have to mention a favorite standby, a good hot dog (I like it with Coney sauce). If you are so inclined to eat healthier, they have a lighter fare to satisfy the hungriest diners. Their salad boy sandwich is a delicious vegetable burger topped with lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, melted cheese and two special sauces. You’ll find the olive included as well. They also offer a 4 oz. grilled chicken breast served either Plain, Barbecue or Cajun. They even have a Veggie Special which is lettuce, tomato, dill pickles, onions and honey mustard on a toasted whole grain bun. Of course I would add bacon to that. Alternatively I could order a Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato on white or wheat bread. And finally 2 classic sandwiches destined to be family favorites for many years to come, Egg Salad and Grilled Cheese.
If your appetite calls for a little more sustenance, check out their dinners. Shrimp, fish or chicken dinners are available. They have a variety of fresh salads from a crispy dinner salad, chef salad, grilled chicken or steak salad. They round off their offerings with hot soups and desserts. You’ll also find a children’s menu filled with favorites guaranteed to get your little one to eat. You can download their menu and start planning your venture into the past and enjoy a true Ohio treasure.