This place used to be THE place to go for breakfast. Not anymore. Get a glimpse of the kitchen help, also. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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I have to be honest, when we planned our trip and my husband told me we were going to "eat at the bowling alley" all I could feature was a greasy spoon, super noisy, screaming kids etc... . This is NOT that place. First off...More
Enjoyed the small town ambiance and the down-home cooking. The chicken fried steak was fantastic. The bowling isn't really available to tourists as it is really only available for the local league players. The staff was welcoming and friendly. Worth a visit for an authentic...More
i have visited this place a few times and its hit and miss depending on which staff members are working. sometimes your food is out in no time and then there is times when it takes an hour EVEN IF YOU CALL IT IN!!! breakfast...More
The bowling alley is still in use and the pins are still set up by hand! The meringue pies looked amazing but we were too full to partake. A very neat place to see!