The restaurant is housed in an old mining town general store, decorated with old signs and artifacts of the time. The wait staff is friendly and efficient. The locals who dine here are ready to chat awhile. But the big draw is the food. I had a breakfast sandwich with whole wheat toast, bacon, cheese, fried egg, tomato, and onion which was awesome. The patty melt brought back many memories of my youth. I haven't eaten anything there that I didn't savor.The apple pie is the best! Don't miss it.
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