I was pretty sure that no place was really worth the time to stop and eat in tiny Morrison, and we had tried nearly all of them. Last weekend, though, it was our last chance to catch lunch before heading into the mountains. For some reason we had ignored TNT in the past; possibly because we got the impression it was a pancake house-type of all-day breakfast place. We were very pleasantly surprised when we decided to stop there. Our lunches were excellent, and the service was great, in spite of the crowd and being short handed that day. My husband chose an omelette with hash browns and loved it. It was a generous portion of both. I tried the veggie melt ($6.50), which is usually pretty dull elsewhere, and found it delicious. It all was held together by cheese and grilled sourdough bread done just right. The fries served with it were literally addictive--kind of crusty-crunchy and utterly delicious.
I asked about the unusual name of the place, and the daughter of the owner took the time to explain that the two "Ts" were for her parents, and they wanted to add a little "t" for her on the sign, as well, but there wasn't enough room. They have been in business there for 1985. In the warmer months, they have a perfect location for eating on the outdoor open but covered deck overlooking the picturesque stream.
We will definitely return and no longer try to avoid getting "stuck" having to eat in Morrison! They serve tasty food and have a large dessert showcase for treats. We tried a chocolate chip cookie, and somehow it tasted different than the average cookie, but delicious.