I had read the reviews on TA but really wasn't set for what I saw. A "ghost town" with a slapdash building looking at me from across the street. The inside wasn't much different but it was spotless clean, fresh with no cooking smells, and greeted right away, even though she appeared to have had a very long and hard night. The menu was varied and complete. I ordered a cheeseburger with everything and it was one of the best that I've ever eaten. I couldn't finish it all because it was so big. My friend ordered the chili which scared me a bit since she had had some previous stomach problems, but not to worry, she said that it was very good and she had no problems later. I can only compare it to the Meers Restaurant, in the Wichita Mountains of Oklahoma, which is noted for their hamburgers, all over the world. Watch out Meers you may have some competition.
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