Nickel Plate Bar & Grill

This extra crunchy tenderloin is pounded lightly to keep some semblance of plumpness and covered in the chef's own mix. Housed in a former saloon that was near a train station in the early 1900s, the restaurant has a creaky comfort punctuated by the occasional rumble of a passing locomotive. Jockey for tables on the patio. ($7.99)

  • Handicapped accessible