I think this is the only place in Longville that sells liquor. It's a nice little shop right outside of town. It has a huge selection of refreshments.
They have a great breakfast menu! They are probably the only place open at 5am for the early birds. :) It's just a tiny little restaurant right across from Frosty's.
One of the best home cooked meals I have experienced in a restaurant. I ordered an open face beef sandwich and it brought me back to my childhood. IT was delicious. My husband and the liver and onions, which I am not a fan of, but I ended up liking it!
Best apples and such a variety of things containing apples, whether it be jams, candy apples, apple decor...etc. It's such a neat place to be in. They are only open during the summer months. They have free samples of every kind of apple you can imagine.
My husband and I drove through the state park to see if there were any decent biking trails and I don't remember finding any. I wasn't too impressed with the layout of the park. Things seem to be spread all over the place and the camping grounds weren't that great.
My husband was down in OK when I received flowers from him. I was just impressed at how prompt they were. He told them when exactly to deliver them and they did. I guess I am not used to calling in orders for flowers or ordering them online. Guess I am old fashioned. Anyway, great little business.
My husband and I love going to visit Brick-town. We came across this restaurant and absolutely loved it. The atmosphere is great. The waiters are great. The food and drinks are delicious. It's a pretty popular place so I would recommend eating early 5:00pm or you'll have to wait an hr. or longer.
I heard about L & M through a friend and decided to check it out. I brought my dad, who is also a butcher, and had him help me pick out something. They have a huge variety of meat, seafood and cheese. It really is worth stopping in for yourself. (They have free samples).
I have never been to a casino before so I was in for a treat. We didn't go there to gamble we went there for the buffet. Even though it was pricey it was well worth it. They have an amazing selection of food (especially the seafood). Fell in love with the crab legs. They were cut in half so you didn't have to worry about breaking the shell to get the meat. :) This was before the hurricane, so I am not sure how things are now.
I love this place. The restaurant is built in an old gas station so the inside is very unique. They have antiques as their wall decor. I thought it was pretty cool that you get all you can peanuts and can throw the shells on the ground. :) It's a very laid back restaurant. We've always gone there for the ribs.