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    Saddlerock Cafe: Saddlerock Cafe

    by TravellerMel Written Apr 30, 2015

    We were passing through Council Grove, on our way to the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, and decided to stop in this cute Old West town. We stopped at the Saddlerock Cafe because there were cars in front, and it looked like a "locals" place, which we like to patronize.

    Inside, it is like you are transported back in time. It has a diner-feel, a homey, "what can I get you, hon?" feel. Not fancy, but you can tell the locals like it. We were seated in a booth, and our waitress was very friendly. My husband had a chicken salad, which looked really good and was quite large. I had a hamburger and fries, on the special home made bacon cheddar bun - oh yes!

    Our meal was tasty, filling, and fast. No refills on sodas (they are served by the can), but it was a good stop for lunch.

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    Terwilliger House: Local Flavor of Period Ambiance

    by BruceDunning Written Oct 6, 2009

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    The Ruben Sandwich was very good. Along with it comes the slaw and pickle. You can also get fires to boot. Prices are around $6-8 for a sandwich

    Favorite Dish: The ruben was tasty but believe other items are of quality also.

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    The Hays House: The Hays House once sat right...

    by basstbn Updated Sep 3, 2007

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    The Hays House once sat right in the middle of the Santa Fe Trail. It's still a popular place to eat, serving nothing fancy - just good old fashioned, mid-western homestyle, hearty meals. On our last visit, a Sunday afternoon in September 2007, most of the patrons were there for the $12.95 buffet which included all the fried chicken you could eat.

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    Hays House was built in 1857...

    by brdwtchr Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Hays House was built in 1857 by Seth Hays, a grand son of Daniel Boone. It has served many different functions in all that time but it has always served good food.
    Along with the good food I like the history of the building. It served as a bar, church, court room, post office, along with being a restaurant. Famous men of the frontier days like George Armstrong Custer ate there.

    Favorite Dish: Fried Chicken and country cooking of all kinds is good at Hays House.

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