We've eaten there many times, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Memories is aptly named because it's the kind of friendly cafe I grew up with here in Montana. The food isn't fancy--no Purina Yuppie Chow. But it's varied, well-prepared and seems to include real ingredients. My only menu complaint is that the coffee could be better--I suspect it's Boyd's or one of those other food service brands. Even Safeway's premium would be an improvement. Their Friday fish night is popular and tasty (although we've reached the age where fried foods don't agree with us, so we seldom attend). Fortunately the menu is varied enough that we're not locked into the usual fried surf-and-turf steakhouse fare that is the rule in many local eateries. I like their hash at breakfast, and their soups. The cafe is located in one of the old Corvallis churches. We enjoy looking at the old stuff on the walls, including photos of Corvallis back in the day. We've been in the area since grandfather came in the 1890's, so many of the scenes are pleasantly familiar to us.
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