While we found this place to be very quaint there are some needs that need to be addressed. The food was okay nothing extraordinary for the time we waited for it. The service was fair at best. It took a long time to get a...More
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Excellent food prepared by the owner. A local favorite. While the food is very good and the prices are very reasonable, this is not a "fast service" establishment. It will take a while for your food to be prepared so expect an hour-long meal. Daily...More
Great breakfast place. It's a fun casual cafe that's always busy because the food is great. Delicious coffee and friendly cafe.
Make sure you stop here for a very tasty meal. This is everything you want if you like the little road side diner. The portion sizes are large, the prices are reasonable and the wait staff are very friendly. When I come back to the...More
They do all of the usual breakfast items well, and while there is nothing wrong with the food, the service is pretty great. The young lady that manages the entire small dining room of maybe 30 seats nearly runs when she has to and does...More
Two of us had the chicken fried steak breakfast, one had the ham & cheese omelet & the other had the two egg hash brown & bacon breakfast, we had homemade jelly (beet jelly) (Plum jelly) you never know what kind of jell they'll have,...More
This is a super small but super friendly little cafe with your typical small-town fare: good hearty breakfasts and darn decent burgers. Don't forget to bring cash!
The Cable Café is internationally known for pancakes. I agree! They had AMAZING pancakes. The service was fast and the food was AWESOME. I came back twice. (Catherine, Age 9)
Good prices and a welcoming atmosphere. Only drawback is cash only and just breakfast & lunch. The decor is filled with the type of 'kitcheny' signs and pics that suits the area. There is history as well as good food.