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“"Farmer cafe with down home home made food"”
Review of Cozy Inn Cafe

Cozy Inn Cafe
Ranked #3 of 21 Restaurants in Holdrege
Cuisines: American
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Reviewed January 10, 2012

This is no a place the "truckers" eat----it is a place the farmers eat----at least two meals a day

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Reviewed September 22, 2010

This place is the bomb for breakfast! Hot, fast and just how you order it.

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Reviewed August 21, 2009

We stumbled upon this place on a Sunday morning while returning from a vacation. We were hoping to find a place that served breakfast all day, but when we saw a line of locals standing on the sidewalk, waiting for the Cafe to open at 11am for the Sunday Buffet, we figured we had a winner. Within 10 minutes of the doors being unlocked, every seat was full and more were waiting. The buffet ($9.95/adult; $7.95 for 7 yr old; $4.95 for 4 yr old when we were there in July '09) was stocked with the freshest, best prepared, mouthwatering food we had during the entirety of our vacation. Every single thing we tried -- and there was a LOT of variety -- was fantastic. The day we were there, the buffet included fried chicken, roast beef, bbq brisket and 3 or 4 other meat dishes; cucumbers and tomatoes fresh from the garden in a homemade cream and dill sauce (that I'd have taken home a gallon of if they'd have let me), scalloped potatoes seasoned with ham, mashed potatoes like your grandmother made, sweet potatoes, and more than a dozen other vegetables and salads. We were too stuffed to try the pie. If I were driving cross country on I-80, I'd consider the 17 miles (each way) from the interstate to the Cozy Inn Cafe well worth it to eat there.

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