If you're looking for authentic, nothing fancy, blue collar, hot off the griddle West Texas cooking, then this is your place. We had breakfast with thick slab turkey bacon, your choice of shredded or country (cubed) hash browns, choice of toast or biscuits, and eggs. Omelets, breakfast burritos and breakfast on a bun (baked fresh) were also available.
This is no faux-retro place, but the real deal with scuffed floors, worn Formica tables, and friendly service. Don't expect premium coffee, just your basic cup of joe. Good food, nice people.