This restaurant is unique and full of local flair. Go hungry, because the servings are huge, but expect to wait a good long time for your food to arrive. The Owner is a bit brusque, don't call her Ma'am or you might not get a table. You might be asked to sit with other folks, but if you insist she will clean a table off for you. The pancakes are huge and the meat plentiful. My son had Bacon in his pancakes, I had Cranberries. The coffee was hot and kept coming and by the time our food arrived we were ravenous! Go with someone you want to talk to or a good book. They also have ice cream and a bar with music at night. I think this will become a family favorite.
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