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Used the Historic Village Diner as a destination for a motorcycle ride. First time here and was not disappointed. Great service and a great meal while confirming to the COVID restrictions. Looking forward to visiting again, highly recommended.
In this age of social distancing and ordering takeout, I had the Angus Burger deluxe with cheese, sauteed onions and bacon and asked for it medium done. I got exactly what I ordered. The burger was cooked to perfection, the bacon crisp. The burger was...delicious.
The fries were delicious as well. The burger is huge and I could have probably had two meals out of the one burger, but it was hard to resist. Will definitely order again.More
I have had breakfast here many times. We decided to try dinner. What a disappointment. I got the turkey dinner. Everything tasted from a box or can. I am used to diners that actually make "homemade". I think the stuffing was stove top. The gravy...was so salty I could not eat it. Even the corn wasn't fresh. The meatloaf dinner was no better. It looked like a pressed loaf. I enjoyed my salad which looked & tasted fresh. The waitress was also very nice. I guess I will stick to breakfast.More
We stopped for lunch during a recent trip - the place is a re-purposed railroad dining car - like going back in time. Overall a positive experience although the food was quite uneven. My omelet (egg white, broccoli and cheddar) was very good with lots...of fresh broccoli in it but my companion's fried chicken was dry and seemed like it had been reheated and came with spinach that looked more brown than green. The service was good and the atmosphere is comfortable and friendly. We would go back if it was on the way but probably wouldn't go out of our way to do so - and definitely would not order the fried chicken again.More
What a wonderful visit. Had the Longhorn special, it was very good. The assortment of homemade cakes are out of this world. The chef was kind enough to let us order a sample of three. This place is worth the trip.
I stopped here with my 4 year old granddaughter, while we were on the way home from picking apples at a local farm. We sat at the counter and had such a lovely time. All of the waitstaff and cooks were so friendly and kind...towards the two of us, and my granddaughter ate ALL of her grilled cheese sandwich! Can’t say enough about this little local treasure!More