We succeeded in finding that center whence all Western civilization seems to flow: the mall. Near this mecca of merchandising, we located a place called Kelsey’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill.
It was an excellent choice for dinner. Friendly people, comfortable seating (though the table was a wee bit small), and really good food. Steven found the kids’ cheese pizza to be less than average, but Andrew’s penne with marinara was evidently very good, as judged by how quickly he ate it. Shirley Temples in Canada, though, include orange juice with the 7-Up, and this won no prizes.