A homey, historic restaurant where prices are about as cheap as you're going to find in this part of the country, Foster's has been in operation since just after World War I. An old tavern was converted into a full-scale restaurant, with horse stalls as dining booths. It is dark, cool and incredibly relaxed. The bar is a favorite watering hole for locals when there's a game on. On the menu nothing exceeds $14, and desserts like cheesecake and pecan pie are two measly bucks. Foster's is a perfect place to drop in for lunch or an informal dinner. Basics are best: chopped sirloin with onions and mushroom gravy, turkey with stuffing and gravy, shrimp scampi, and sandwiches and burgers for lunch. Beer is cheap, and so is wine by the glass.