Cuzzins is gone, the new establishment is calls Stumbles. The bad news is that the decor is still 70s local bar. The good news is the food is very very good and the beer selection is large for a operation this size.
The pork tender was excellent as were the sweet potato fries and the slaw was good. Nice crunchy breading over a thick moist large pork loin, crisp large sweet potato fries, which are best eaten quickly as all sweet potato fires tend too loose the crisp faster than plain potato fries, and a coleslaw that was homemade and neither sweet or sour, with a dressing more ranch like in nature with celery seeds. The hamburger was described to me by my luncheon companion as very good. The only down note was that the size of the tender was way to large for the bun and the bun was not any better than burger chain quality.
The menu is slightly more exotic than old school bar. Your normal appetizer fair has mini tacos and hummus added to the more common potato skins and other common choices. The only unusual sandwich is a gyro. Stumbles does seem to have a large salad selection, with 6 meal class salads like grilled steak and asian chicken. The main entrees are the standard steak, grilled pork loin, and grilled chicken. Click HERE for page 1 of the menu and click HERE for page 2.
Stumbles is located on 350 Highway, just East of Quick Trip and across the street from Church’s Chicken.