At Flynnie's, it was the whole experience that was enjoyable. From the fabulous home made corned beef hash (big chunks of meat), to the soft warm biscuits, to owner (Grandma Cindy, perhaps? in red apron--wait staff wore blue) stopping at our table to ask, "How is everything"?
Everything was delicious--even the coffee!
We were on our way through town and had to drive off-the-beaten-path to what appeared to be what once was a more industrial/older part of town. Flynnie's isn't fancy (it is, however, spotless) and the food isn't on your "diet", but it's darn good.
The huge cinnamon rolls, dripping with frosting, sat by the register as we paid. Oh, how I wish I'd had one. There WILL be a next time at Flynnie's!
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