Your quaint and historically decorated Home town cafe. Great food. Great service. Had breakfast & dinner here. All good.
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I ordered the sourdough patty melt with fries to be shared with my friend and it left something to be desired. The onions weren't fully sautéed, the burger was super greasy, you'd squeeze it and the grease just seeped out, and the bread was burnt...More
We stopped here for lunch while on a road trip. It's got an interesting atmosphere and the service was very good. The food was fine. I'd stop and eat here again if I were in the area.
If you can get the waitresses to pay attention to you, you'll do just fine. Decent food but the waitresses in general seem disinterested.
After leaving Death Valley very early we decided to stop here for breakfast. We had the special which at the time was, 2 sausage patties, 2 eggs, biscuits & gravy. It was a good deal and not too bad taste wise. The portion was ample...More
The staff here are very friendly and very accommodating. The food is good, but not over the top great either. We had some sandwiches and they were decent. The breakfast wasn't as good as I had remembered from several years ago. It was okay and...More
Stopped for a late Breakfast/Early Lunch. Brunch. The problem is neither my wife nor I have any real memories of the place or the meal. Only that we stopped. I guess the point of even writing this is to say that the place was unmemorable....More
After checking into the hotel last night I went down to get some dinner starved from being on the road. The waitress was very nice. I told her I didn't eat meat and since my choices were limited. I told her I'd have the chicken...More
We all know this is the 1/2 way point south to north and back again. They know it too. The restaurant is a medium diner. Not bad food, but they don't excel in making it great. Fill your belly. My husband liked his, me not...More