The restaurant has been open since 1857, but has obviously been rebuilt and remodeled several times. I stopped in on Sunday morning around 8 am and there was only one other patron. While I was there only a few more people came in. I had the "Railroad Special" with sausage patties. The biscuits were on the small side. The gravy appeared to have some little bits of meat that looked more like finely diced ham rather than sausage. The gravy was only warm. The sausage patties were real good with a spicy bite to them. For the price, I get more for my money in Kansas City. The waitress did a good job checking on me and refilling my coffee. She was friendly and cheerful.
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