If you're a world traveler than this should be on your stop list! The restaurant is decked out in 50's era memorabilia looking more like a mini-museum. You'll find the service extremely friendly as the owners and staff will gladly come on by and show you around. The atmosphere is very family friendly but oddly, in the middle of nowhere, it's become somewhat of a world travelers and backpacker hangout! There's a world map just covered with postcards from people who've stopped in to enjoy the good food and friendly service. Place a pin on the map from where you hale and just know someone will come along and marvel at it.
The restaurant is located in an old general store/house. I believe it was built in the late 1920's but it could be older. There are pictures of the original owners in the restaurant and they visit from time to time.
The place is a little inconspicuous at first but you'll notice it as soon as you walk in!
Favorite Dish: The food is FABULOUS! and best of all, it's very very affordable :). It's a can't miss if you're trying to save money and it won't disappoint. I highly recommend the blue cheese burgers. The cook, Chris, will gladly customize anything to your liking and will even come to greet you. Everything involved is homemade which puts that extra personal touch to it.
Much of the food is reminiscent of the 50's era in the United States. You have your burgers, thick shakes, fries, cobblers... They also serve many other American favorites. The spaghetti is awesome :)