We stopped here for breakfast (7-19-18) on our way north. Could not have been happier. Fairly busy (indication of good eats), but food came in a reasonable time. Wait staff were pleasant and efficient. My omelette was very good, I think the local, fresh eggs DO make a difference. We go this way about 4 times a year and will definitely plan to stop in again. Local farmers/farmhands wolfing down huge plates of food is worth the price of admission!
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