FULL SERVICE INN/CHALETYEAR BUILT 1985 YEAR REMODELED 1996ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION THE TORONTO DOWNTOWNER INN IS MORE THAN JUST AN AWARD WINNING, NO FRILLS FRANCHISED INN WITH A CONVENIENT LOCATION. YOU ARE DOORS AWAY FROM SOME OF TORONTOS BEST NIGHT LIFE, THEATERS, SHOPPING, AND SUBWAY. THE MAIN HOUSE ROOMS REPRESENT THE DECOR OF EACH OF THETHREE FAMILIES. THE THREE ROOMS HAVE QUEEN BEDS, PERIODANTIQUES WITH THE AMBIANCE OF A BED AND BREAKFAST AND THEAMENITIES OF THE 21ST CENTURY. THE HOTEL PORTION OF OURINN ADJOINS THE MAIN HOUSE THROUGH WALKWAYS AND GAZEBOSAND OPENS TO AN OUTDOOR COURTYARD CONTAINING OUR POOL.THESE ROOMS ARE AVAILABLE WITH KING, QUEEN OR TWO DOUBLEBEDS.A1Q MAX OCCUPANCY 4 MAX NBR OF ROLLAWAYS 0 ROOM DESCRIPTION THIS ONE QUEEN BED ROOM WILL HOLD UP TO 4 PEOPLE. THIS ROOM INCLUDES BALCONY, COFFEEMAKER, DATAPORT, HAIRDRYER, IRON AND IRONING BOARD, TABLE WITH CHAIRS, CLOCK RADIO, REMOTE CONTROL CABLE TV, DIRECT DIAL PHONE, AND FREE LOCAL CALLS. ROOM AMENITIES AM/FM ALARM CLOCK / BALCONY / CABLE/SATELLITE TV / COFFEE/TEA MAKER / DIRECT DIAL TELEPHONE / FREE LOCAL TELEPHONE CALLS / HAIRDRYER / IRON/IRONING BOARD / TELEVISION TECHNOLOGY DATAPORTA2D MAX OCCUPANCY 4 MAX NBR OF ROLLAWAYS 0 ROOM DESCRIPTION THIS TWO DOUBLE BEDS ROOM WILL HOLD UP TO 4 PEOPLE. THIS ROOM INCLUDES BALCONY, COFFEEMAKER, DATAPORT, HAIRDRYER, IRON AND IRONING BOARD, TABLE WITH CHAIRS, CLOCK RADIO, REMOTE CONTROL CABLE TV, DIRECT DIAL PHONE, AND FREE LOCAL CALLS. ROOM AMENITIES AM/FM ALARM CLOCK / BALCONY / CABLE/SATELLITE TV / COFFEE/TEA MAKER / DIRECT DIAL TELEPHONE / FREE LOCAL TELEPHONE CALLS / HAIRDRYER / IRON/IRONING BOARD / TELEVISION TECHNOLOGY DATAPORTB1Q MAX OCCUPANCY 2 MAX NBR OF ROLLAWAYS 0 ROOM DESCRIPTION THIS BRIDAL SUITE WITH ONE QUEEN BED WILL HOLD 2 PEOPLE. THIS ROOM INCLUDES BALCONY, COFFEEMAKER, HAIRDRYER, IRON AND IRONING BOARD, TABLE WITH CHAIRS, CLOCK RADIO, REMOTE CONTORL CABLE TV, DIRECT DIAL PHONE, AND FREE LOCAL CALLS.C1K MAX OCCUPANCY 2 MAX NBR OF ROLLAWAYS 0 ROOM DESCRIPTION THIS ONE KING BED SMOKING ROOM WILL HOLD UP TO 2 PEOPLE. THIS ROOM INCLUDES BALCONY, COFFEEMAKER, HAIRDRYER, IRON AND IRONING BOARD, TABLE
A classic pool hall, Lil Dixie's Cue & Grill's interior is dominated largely by a variety of billiards tables. With 11 total destinations for billiards games—plus four dart boards—visitors can get their fix of old-school gaming, and they can get a drink and some grub in the process. Lil Dixie's also offers a full menu, as well as well drinks, beers on tap, and adult Shirley Temples. The hangout also beckons revelers with live music from guitar players and TVs that air baseball, possibly leading to a dream about a batter swinging a guitar.
Wine is manufactured on the premises. Wine tastings Mon-Sat 10:00-6:00 Specialty cheeses and summer sausages available as well as other wine related items in our gift shop. Our outside deck offers beautiful scenes of the surrounding mountains and is a place to relax and enjoy the country air.
In 1938, J. Oliver Wintzell opened a tiny seafood joint on Dauphin Street in historic Mobile, Alabama. With room for just six customers to hop up on barstools and sample oysters prepared in three signature styles—“fried, stewed, or nude"—the eatery harbored modest ambitions and kept itself in check with walls strewn with Oliver’s homespun sayings. Oysters this great can’t remain a secret for long, though, and Wintzell’s Oyster House began to grow at such a rate that Oliver was compelled to expand to new locations throughout Alabama.
Despite the restaurant’s rapid growth, remarkably little has changed since those early days. Oliver’s wit and wisdom still covers the walls, and the menu still tempts with its stuffed crabs, USDA-certified steaks, and signature oysters. In keeping with the cozy atmosphere Oliver cultivated by necessity more than 70 years ago, shuckers stationed at the oyster bar chat with diners as they garnish half shells with hickory-smoked bacon and slap away the tentacles of sneaky krakens. Tom Bross of Delta Sky Magazine has some helpful words of advice for first-time visitors to the restaurant: "Let the Southern hospitality, laid-back tempo and maybe a cold one help you unwind."
Lined with lively Mexican tiles, The Border's alluring front door welcomes patrons to a spacious, two-story dining fortress filled with the aroma of authentic Mexican cuisine and enough spectral colors to build several dozen rainbows. Diners seated at a table, in a brightly painted booth, or underneath one of the bar's plush stools enjoy classic dishes such as crisp tacos, hearty burritos, and sizzling fajitas. Cool sips of a margarita, some sangria, or a draft or bottled beer hydrate throats parched from proclaiming the true meaning of the framed photos and art peppering The Border's vibrant walls. When the weather isn't too frightful, guests can enjoy their comestibles outdoors on the fully shaded patio or in a partially shaded area enclosed by mural-decorated walls. The Border also hosts weekly events, including trivia on Monday and karaoke on Thursday.
Live music regularly reverberates off Samba Loca Brazilian Steakhouse's bright-red walls, which bear festive decorations of ethnic artwork and wine racks crafted from gleaming chrome. Patrons sit under the full bar's flat-screen TVs, around tables, or in booths as the kitchen’s Brazilian recipes power entrees of 10-ounce strip steaks and salmon doused in Brazilian honey-dijon mustard. Customizable meals come in the form of five grill-fired meats, including filet mignon and red snapper, which don one of nine traditional sauces splashed with notes of curry, blue cheese, or passionfruit. To help them to decide, patrons not fluent in Portuguese can rely on the menu's English and Klingon translations or gaze at screens that feature photos of Samba Loca's signature dishes.