Not many eateries to choose from in Plains. We were a bit confused when doing our research from home about the Old Bank cafe vs Buffalo cafe and where it was located. But when staying at the Old Historic Inn, you walk out the door...More
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After visiting the historic sites, and finding out " The Cafeteria " was closed........we stumbled upon the old bank cafe, which is located a couple of doors down from the peanut store. Lunch was simple and tasty......we ordered the pulled pork sandwich.......served on a hamburger...More
They have the best hamburgers around! Oh and my dog likes to go too ,he and I sit outside on the back patio with me.
My husband and I had lunch here - super good and super cheap. I had a patty melt and my husband had a hamburger. We shared an order of fries and drank sweet tea. Cool interior and friendly service :) I think it's called "The...More
Friendly people and great food. A must stop when traveling through. Down home atmosphere and still has the old bank safe in the wall.
Exactly what you'd expect in a small-town cafe: burgers, chicken salad, BBQ, etc. Sodas, beer and wine in bottles. Lunch for 2 = about ten bucks. No reason not to have a meal here (there is only one other restaurant in town, and we didn't...More
My grandsons and I were visiting Plains and had lunch here. The boys are gluten free. It is not unusual for them to order a hot dog or hamburger without a bun. In Atlanta when they order this way it frequently causes the servers great...More
When we entered the Old Bank Cafe, we were greeted by a young lady asking us to try the fried peanuts, and some of the fresh made peanut butter ice cream. Of course we tried both. The fried peanuts were really very good, we bought...More
Nice outside seating area, great service. Average sandwiches, but the fried green beans were awesome, nice, light, crispy coating. Had never had them before, but would definitely recommend.