Neat place, nice people, many different mouth-watering foods to ponder, well-known and well regarded in Douglas County, a destination restaurant for folk many miles away, and for a good reason. Not thought of as a cheap place to eat, but the best half-order of biscuits and gravy I've ever had and a really good cup of gourmet coffee cost $6! The gravy tasted like sausage and had nice chunks of sausage in it. As I was leaving, the waitress volunteered a travel cup for the coffee I hadn't finished. How often will you see that?
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