We had breakfast here on Labor Day, having driven 45 minutes from our home. It's worth every mile and minute. There was a line, but our wait wasn't more than 10 minutes. The staff is friendly, attentive, and efficient. The breakfast menus is quite extensive, the portions are quite ample, and your coffee cup is never empty. This is the sort of place you wish your own town had to offer: it's clear that it's frequented by locals but that is draws from quite a radius as well. If you want a great breakfast in a place bursting with local history and a friendly atmosphere, go here!
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