My kids, 15 and 12, enjoy coming here for breakfast. Our gluten-free friends also appreciate the offerings here.
This is a typical small-town diner with parking out front. It’s tucked in a plaza and could easily be missed.
Service is friendly and attentive. The traditional breakfast items are good. It’s very casual. You’ll often see the same group of people dining at the barstools in the morning. If you’re interested in town politics, you can’t help but hear the conversations.
Prices are what you’d expect. You get a consistently good meal here.
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