Nice walk from dan town, enough to tat, good ol American food. Nice waitress. A step back in time...
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My parents live in Cloverdale. We had never stopped here. It was a good place to eat. Good service and food. Most of the patrons were seniors. Not sure if that's good or bad. We had fish and chips. Good choice. We will go back...More
Too bad this place doesn't live up to it's long time presence in Cloverdale. Only had breakfast here so can only write about it's quality. VERY average, eggs, potatoes and bacon. As usual with most cafes, toast made with typical "Smart and Final" whimpy bread......More
I was a little unsure when I walked into this diner. I expected greasy food recently defrosted and heated. However, I was pleasantly surprised. I ordered the homemade corn beef hash because it was one of their popular specialties. It was delicious! The corn beef...More
I stopped here at random because the name of the place looked interesting. This is a real glimpse of the 1960s roadside cafe. The place is bright and airy with Formica counter-tops and comfortable chairs. There are is a line of old style fans stirring...More
This is a glimpse into the past --- with all of the locals coming to breakfast as well. It has been here for many years, serving many truckers. The food is good -- even crispy bacon -- and prices are also.
Take a detour from Hwy 101 through town for the all-day breakfast or lunch in this spacious and clean old lodge turned restaurant. The lone waitress was friendly and efficient in a cool and bright place while it was over 100 outside. The Cobb salad...More
This was the first visit to the Owl Café for my wife and I after driving by it for years. We were there after the breakfast rush on a Monday morning, so it was pretty quiet. Our waitress was very attentive and friendly and took...More