Passing through ND we stopped here for lunch. Just a small home town cafe with good food and service. It was quite busy on a Monday, the front part was full and people were going to the back room. Two of us had burgers and...More
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Home cooking is what's it's all about there and it comes out pretty fast. Whoever is back there in the kitchen knows what they're doing. The prices are alright compared to other restaurants. It seem $9-$10 for a burger or lunch item is the going...More
Stanley is a very small town with only a few places to eat, and we stopped at Joyce's Cafe for lunch on our way through. It is a very casual, cozy cafe with good service, and we had a very friendly waitress. We had the...More
Appearances can be deceiving The food at this small restaurant was very good. Choice was limited but for a small town we were very pleased. Service was acceptable and fast. We would eat here again.
I understand why so many people have left great reviews-they have no where else to go eat and their taste buds have lost the ability to discern the difference between real and fake foods. Salt, salt, SALT is on the menu at this restaurant! Everything...More
You need to stop there to eat. Home cooked meals eat there or take out. Everything was good. It was recommended by the locals to eat there.
Dirty old place. Waitresses are trying to serve locals country food. Small but good menu. Hamburgers fresh and cooked to perfection. French fries was crunchy and tasty. Over all , if you could look pass dirt, it is a good place.
The photo shown is inaccurate. I usually eat breakfast or their egg salad sandwich on whole wheat toast.
We try to never eat in big chain joints when we are traveling. It was time for lunch yesterday, and the next town turned out to be Stanley. Really clean, very friendly, typically inexpensive, with very good tiny cafe home made food.