The Elephant and Castle Motel has a restaurant and a bar of its own right next door.
So of course, we had to sample the lunch fare. My wife had the Shepherds Pie (meat and potatoes) and I had the Castle Club (turkey club on wheat). Wash it down with a coffee and we just spent $25 for lunch.
So of course, we only did that once. Food was delicious but the price was a bit steep.
The restaurant is nicely layed out with booths and tables put where you do not have constant foot traffic and a patio of three or four tables with umbrellas out on the side facing the mall.
It was a warmish day so we ate on the patio and the service there was as good as the service indoors.
Don't be fooled by looks: the Blue Ribbon Tavern has fantastic food! It looks like a typical small town tavern, but the food and it's rotating specials makes this a place not to miss. The chefs come table-to-table to check on their customers and even take "requests."
Favorite Dish: LOVE their wraps, cajun steak pasta and every burger. The food is just frankly well-seasoned and there is literally something for everybody.
Typical small town diner; one cook one waitress. "diner" decor. Cheap food freshly made.
Breakfast of toast, eggs and juice and coffee under $5 (with tip).
Fast service "with a smile".