After reading the positive Tripadvisor reviews, I was anxious to stop here and enjoy a burger and some of their homemade pie in a welcoming atmosphere. I arrived on a Thursday afternoon after the lunch rush and was the only customer. The waitress was in the back so I seated myself in a back booth and waited for the waitress to appear with a menu. I ordered a cheeseburger which came with your choice of French fries (not homemade) or tatertots. Waitress said they had no cake and had been "too busy today" to make any pies. The ice cream flavor of the week was vanilla so I ordered a shake. After taking my order, the waitress went about her work in the front of cafe-no welcoming and friendly conversation as others had mentioned in their reviews. When the cook yelled "order up" the waitress made no effort to go get my food nor did the cook bring it out. Finally I mentioned to the waitress my food was ready and she went and got it saying she had not heard the cook. When an older couple came in, they saw me sitting in the back and asked me for menus as they thought I was the waitress as I was the only person around.
On the positive side, the burger was good. The cafe is clean with seating at your choice of table, booth, or counter and the black and aqua decor with Route 66 memorabilia is pleasing. Outside is a picnic table with wagon wheels rather than a bench on one side which adds to the wagonwheel atmosphere.
I am thinking I probably came at an off time and will probably stop again to see if I can try a piece of the pie and enjoy some of the welcoming feeling others have.
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