Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys
Friday April 29th
We pride ourselves on not only being an important part of our community but also in the fact that we work so closely with local farms.
Stop by, sit outside and enjoy a first class dinner while enjoying our rustic scenery and great atmosphere.
We support our community. Our vegetables come straight from local farms, direct to your table.
You know 'em. You love 'em! A house favorite making a return to their home away from home.
Treat yourself to a relaxing evening by the fire place with good food and friends.
Where does the name come from?
In England a "Cock 'n Bull" is as common a name as a Steak 'n Ale or Peanut Butter 'n Jelly. It is more or less a local place, appealing to a meat 'n potatoes crowd. An owner might attach the family name to the sign, e.g. Smith?s Cock 'n Bull.