Real mashed potatoes rather than powdered, real gravy made with beef roast drippings, frozen corn rather than corn from a can, and good homemade meatloaf. Now that is a good plate lunch.
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The food is always good and the service is very good. This is truly a hometown eatery. Local hometown girls and gals will take very good care of you and your family.
The food here is awesome - and we are semi-regulars - we love the breakfast buffet where you can go high-protein or carb it up, but no matter what you choose you will get some darn good food without breaking the bank. The waitresses are...More
This is a little cafe with good food but when we walked in we were taken back by the amount of SMOKE in this little dinner. They still have a smoking section and you have to walk through it to get to the non-smoking section...More
The bacon/eggs/hashbrowns breakfast was excellent - eggs over easy were cooked as ordered, 4 strips of bacon, etc. My wife had the Belgian waffle, which she also enjoyed - you can order 1, 2 or 3 squares of waffle. We chose the smaller room because...More
This is a very family oriented restaurant. Very good breakfast. The People we're very welcoming. We will go back.
Have not been this area for a while and it has changed quite a bit. Found the Route B cafe in a little group of buildings just east of I70. Waitress was nice,very busy a lot was going on this weekend. Prices fair,food good,would return...More