This place is fantastic, the food is very generous in portions, and tastes fantastic. This is our choice of a very good place to eat. It is styled like a log cabin, with huge fireplace. They change out the whole salad bar every couple hours so their product is extremely fresh. It's all you can eat salad bar. The owner makes his own pies and they are better then my Grandma's who was an excellent cook. It is nice and clean, they offer home-made soups, desserts in quart jars- dry ingredients you add the wet ingredients. They are very, very good. Make a nice gift for anyone. The wait-staff are always dressed in white shirts, black pants and very neat and extremely accommodating. When you ask for something to be cooked the way you like, it is done to perfection. They have a nice wishing well water fountain in the back area by the salad bar. When we went over the Christmas season the whole inside was decorated extremely well, you felt like you stepped back in time into a rustic log cabin with Christmas decorations so very tastefully done. Giant 4-5 foot tall nutcracker figurines. You have got to try it folks, it's totally awesome. We happened upon it after my husbands boss told us about it. The prices are outstanding, very reasonable. Kids eat for $4.99 and get very home cooked good meals. We'd easily give this place a 10 star rating if possible. It is our choice place to dine. It can seat a large group of people. They have added a very nice outside eating area with picnic tables all set to go this coming summer. Be a great place to have a Wedding shower, Birthday party. It used to be known as Beavers East, nothing like that old place at all... We are thrilled we found it. And after eating there dozens of time since they opened in July of 2011 we have never once had tummy problems like at so many of the big name places in the area. We want to let the QCA public know of this place. Oh Yeah their desserts are displaced in an old-fashioned curved cold display case. You can't miss the yummy tummy perfection of the huge desserts they serve... They aim to please the palate let us tell you.