I stopped in with a group of hungry guys on our way to Canada for a week long fishing trip. To the point: breakfast was great, service was terrific, and the price was right (we had two teenagers, so the bill would seem a bit...More
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Hamburger tastes like cardboard even with lots of ketchup. Can't even make eggs taste at all. they must buy their food cheap and it tastes like it. No seasonings at all to even try and make it taste like food should.
A friend and I stopped for pie and ordered a slice of banana cream to share. After a few bites we checked with the our server about the taste and texture of the whipped cream, thinking it was more like Cool Whip than real whipped...More
Most of the time, the food is good. We were disappointed in their Easter Buffet.again, most of what was offered was good but very few choices. Cooked carrots were the only vegetable, no salad. There was some fruit, but it was almost empty the whole...More
Go there frequently and have never experienced anything negative. The quantity and quality of food is always excellent. You will be greeted with kindness. The staff are friendly, courteous and polite. It is worth driving miles to taste and sample various pies as they are...More
I just stopped in for breakfast while in Bloomer for breakfast, the staff and customers were wonderful, engaging and very nice, the food was very good and served nicely warm and I loved the opportunity to take some of their baked goods along with me....More
Basic cafe food. Wonderful assortment of pies. Since I can't have dairy I did not get to sample them. Friendly staff and taco salad was good.
Tried this cafe as it was one of the few open on a sunday night. Our waitress was EXCELLENT! (not sure of her name, though) I had the shrimp dinner ($15) and my husband had the special of beef/potatoes and gravy. Took 2 slices of...More
This is your basic small town cafe, but with a twist: The waitress told me they make 600 pies a day. Not 60 but 600. In addition to running the cafe, which also has banquet rooms, Main Street Cafe supplies pie to various restaurants and...More