This cafe had a small town nostalgic atmosphere with an old style soda fountain, pictures of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean, Route 66 memorabilia, and a figurine of Betty Boop; The staff was attentive enough and the food came quickly. They only serve breakfast and lunch and are closed on Sunday. I had a Main Street Omelet consisting of ham, cheese, green chili peppers, and mushrooms with a pancake and hash browns. Big portions. This was a good value for about $8 as of March 2011.
Favorite Dish: The Main Street Omelet and the pancake were well prepared and the portions large.Related to:
- Historical Travel
- Food and Dining
- Road Trip