My brother and his wife took me out for lunch late Sunday afternoon. After the rush so we had time to talk and enjoy a piece of pie. Very good food service was a little slow ice tea glass went empty. Will be back again.
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Heading through Yates Center on our way to Manhattan for graduation, we found this great cafe on the internet. I called ahead to see if they could accommodate 12 people for breakfast as we were on a schedule. They had plenty of room and we...More
After a full day of riding around on my motorcycle, I stopped in at The Feed Bunk for a late lunch/early supper. The big screen was on so I sat where I could keep an eye on it. The sound was turned up, which made...More
We stopped for lunch while traveling. The restaurant decor is very simple and basic. We all ordered the chicken strip dinner which came with the salad bar, a roll, and choice of starch. The chicken was good and did not appear to be packaged chicken...More
We base quality and taste of all breakfasts away from home to our hometown cafe and this was about as close as we've had during our RV travels the past 3 years. Great food and good value. We would definitely recommend it and will return....More
Casual atmosphere. Busboy must have been behind as many tables were full of dirty dishes. We did find an empty table and the service and food was excellent. Will probably return again one of these days.
I took my friend here for her birthday. She brought along her little girl and she was being picky about what she wanted to eat. She kept asking for gingerbread men and mom kept telling her they weren't on the menu. The waitress overheard and...More
The restaurant is in the quaint old town square. After a long day bicycling it hit the spot. The staff was friendly and the food was tasty. It was nice that they had a small bar and it had draft beer. Very reasonably priced.