When we asked the locals where we should have breakfast, they asked if we wanted ok, good, better and best. We said the best and they told us we needed to head to the Smoke Shack. We'd seen the place as we drove into town and found it intriguing. The restaurant was in an old WWII railroad car. We were fortunate to get there early, as it's small and filled up quickly. We had bisquits and gravy with andouille sausage, along with a breakfast burrito - try the condiments (ranch and jalapeño ketchup). Coffee was terrific. The service was terrific and the food was great. There's limited seating, so get there early. If you're in town, try this place. You won't be disappointed.
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