I took my 5 year old Grandson here for the first time for ice cream, and he loved it. The nostalgia, the old vehicles, and the ice cream were great. A must visit.
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The restaurant serves lunch and dinner -- usually closes around 9. Has become a "destination" on the edge of Muncie as it has outdoor seating and the old time malt/shake shop menu. Lots of fun with old gas station signs that are pre-1960s. Popular place...More
My wife and I visited on a Friday evening. It was very busy as the local high school had a home football game that attracted a large pre-game crowd. We have to wait in line for a few minutes. But it wasn't excessive. The staff...More
Renovated 1930's filling station serving burgers, fries and ice cream. Not much to eat if you're vegetarian (I had tater tots) but my son had the pulled pork with onion rings and thought they were great. Lots of historic memorabilia to look at while you...More
This place is full of oldies gas station signs. It's like walk into a museum. The Philli steak was good but the chili cheese fries were not so good. There were a long line during lunch time and about 10-min wait to get the order....More
A fun place at a little country crossroads settlement too small to be called a town. A destination place for a relaxing meal or ice cream treat. Good sandwiches and sides. Enjoyed a chocolate soda-something most eateries no longer offer. Food a little expensive but...More
My husband and kids like this place because it has burgers, fries, ice cream, etc. I don't think the food is all that great, but it's a fun, quirky place that is worth checking out for the vintage experience of it.
The best onion rings and tenderloin I have ever had!!! Fast and friendly service. Pleasant indooor /outdoor seating and decor. Clean restroom. We didn't try the ice cream, but we are told it is wonderful. Very easy to get to from I69. I will plan...More