This restaurant is on its second or third generation of family ownership, therefore the recipes are the same and the tastes and quality remain. Slide up to the bar or nestle in a comfy booth. The servers are attentative and chatty in this diner-style restaurant.
Yes, a piece or two of toast, a large burger, gravy (and caramelized onions should your heart desire) is this restaurant's claim to fame. The restaurant has outlived a tornado, a flood, and a town of change, but it remains. If you're not into the big burger scene, try their awesome baked potato (ask for butter on the side or they'll put a half-stick butter on it for you), their simple salads with homemade garlic dressing (it's AWESOME).
If you're into trying local, historical restaurants while visiting a community, this is the place for you!
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