Well worth the 30 minute drive to this locally popular destination eaterie in a rural farming area and seemingly in the middle of nowhere mid-Michigan. Breakfast served all day!!! Veggie omelet was perfection, served precisely as ordered (w/ Eggbeaters and dry wheat toast). Small side plate of hash browns was OMG wonderfully crisped and super tasty. Service was perfect--attentive but not overly so. The restaurant was totally spic and span, including the bathrooms. Observed a group dining room separated from the general dining area that would be the perfect gathering place for a small party or shower. I'd be dining here far more often if it were closer to home..guaranteed. My group of 4 ladies delighted in our lunch experience there. Added to the fact that Junction of Hope is a non-profit and provides training for disabled individuals--we have plenty of motivation to return. I wish my hometown had dining establishments half this good. Definitely will be back asap!!
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