I remember when the original opened in Mt. Orab – it was always PACKED!!!! Which if you’ve been to Mt. Orab – is a sight to see. Mt. Orab is in the sticks – and I absolutely love the sticks – so it’s all good with me – but it’s out there. So when you’re driving in the country and suddenly there’s a big restaurant with neon lights and a full parking lot – you know it’s got some good stuff inside!
We were happy to see that they have a lot of Craft Beers on draft – Larry didn’t hesitate – even though he’s now obsessed with IPAs – and went for the Kentucky Bourbon Ale. It’s his favorite on tap – hands down. He said that when it’s on draft – it has much more of a caramel flavor.
chicken smothered in homemade BBQ sauce, jack ‘n
cheddar cheese, and topped off with onion straws. I’m not sure what there is not to like when you’ve got chicken, cheese, bbq sauce and onion straws – so it’s no surprise that Larry liked it.
homemade tartar sauce served on the side. The cod was fine – I’m more of a fan of battered rather than breaded. The tartar sauce and sides were good. The portions were very large as well – I only ate one piece and took the other one home.
over a bed of greens, crumbled bleu cheese, mandarin
oranges, craisins, and pecans. This traditionally comes with fried chicken and balsamic vinaigrette. I switched to grilled chicken and swapped out for fat free raspberry vinaigrette.