This old, renovated cabin has been serving standard American diner fare such as a malt and burger for decades. It's still a great place to stop for ... More
3 Seasons Restaurant
This old, renovated cabin has been serving standard American diner fare such as a malt and burger for decades. It's still a great place to stop for the traditional American meal. The burgers are darn decent for an afternoon snack and locals frequent it for a quick lunch. Breakfast is also served as is their signature, house-made root beer, kept on tap. You can even get the root beer to go in a keg which is a favorite of high school graduation parties throughout the northeast metro.
Food is always good, but today lunch was way over priced. Cashier agreed the very small cup of soup @$4 is overpriced (cup was like a coffee cup; a bowl of same about $5).
Our bill was $27 for two kids, one adult. Ridiculous. I only had the $4 cup of soup. One child had soup/salad, the other chicken tenders and fries (add l cost). Root beer mugs are $3.00/each. Should be a lunch menu or if one exists, don t hide it.
Will go there for dinner, but not lunch again.
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