Wife and I ate here in December, 2012. Driving by in the morning, wanted a good local breakfast, so we stopped in. There were 3-4 cars out front, we walked in, and all eyes turned to us, the non-locals. Menu was typical small town eatery, wife ordered omelet, I ordered combo breakfast. What we were served could have fed a family of five, easily. A bit greasy, but tasty. Had a bit of trouble getting the salt shaker off the table, seems it was 'stuck' in place. Really a retro place, but wait staff was very friendly. Just as we were leaving, they started the Christmas Karoke, and all the folks were lined up to sing. Quite the breakfast.
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