We stopped in for breakfast and were well served. The breakfast menu is not extensive, but Reuben's has a good selection of omelet options and a build-your-own-plate list of other items. We had the breakfast-sausage burgers. This is an exceedingly pleasant small-town cafe, well appointed, and a true community institution. It was built through the generous bequest of Reuben and Helen Wentz, successful local farmers and business people, and is managed by a community development board. (That's why it says "Helen's Kitchen" over the door to the kitchen and "Reuben's Den" over the door to the little meeting room.) Community cafes, whereby local citizens unite in cooperation to keep a service alive, are common institutions in small towns on the prairies. Get a table on the north wall, looking out on Main Street and a grain elevator skyline, and you can watch the town while you eat.
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