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There appeared to be several decent places for lunch or dinner in Arrow Rock. However, they were all closed on that Monday. I was so pissed off. We wound up driving to a smoky convenience store about ten miles down the road. As bad as the food was, we were so hungry by then we actually enjoyed it.
Written Feb 9, 2007
There has been a tavern/restaurant in this building more or less continuously for 150 years. It's the kind of place that belongs in a George Caleb Bingham canvas. Today this is a family style restaurant with a limited menu - burgers and chicken, apple pie and ice tea - but in the early days of Arrow Rock this was probably a "rockin" center of frontier inebriation. In a way, it's a shame that the food lived here doesn't live up to its historic setting: a "steak n shake" with plain wood furniture. But - bearing in mind that Arrow Rock has fewer than 100 permanent residents - they have to make a go of this place, and it's a good thing that they've kept Huston's open.
Written Jul 23, 2004