We visited for lunch and noticed the lack of patrons. Two of us had biscuits and gravy - biscuits were fine but the sausage gravy had long passed it prime and could have been used as cement for bricks. One had a regular breakfast which was fine, the rest had lunch and they were satisfied with the taste and presentation. The service was far to slow for no more patrons than there were, don't know what the problem was. On the plus side, it's really handy for I-70 or US 63 travelers.
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