I love this whole restored historic area at the intersection of highways 65 and old 30 (the Lincoln Highway). In addition to the restaurant, there is an old gas station (non-functioning) and a small motel done in the old style which has a few rooms for rent. The restaurant itself has interesting displays regarding highway history and is decorated like a 40's-50's style diner. It even has the front end of an old car protruding into the dining area. The food itself is average to good, and the service we received was OK. They appeared to be a little short-handed the Saturday night we were there, but we were not in a big hurry and didn't expect lightening fast service. Our hot beef sandwiches were hot and tasty, and the salads fresh. I have been there before and will go back again. To sum it up, it is a good but not great experience.