An incredible find, a true jewel, a beautiful look at what small town cafes were all about before the Interstate Highways. We came for a quick breakfast but stayed for hours! It was a truly wonderful step back in time and reminded me of my first cross-country drive in 1963. The food was good, what you would expect from a roadside cafe; but the people were incredible friendly and the locals kept coming and going. The atmosphere was great with lot's of very interesting photos and memorabilia plastered all over the walls. (If you are looking for modern spotless decor with fancy meal preparations and hoards of plastic people - skip this place.) The dignified elderly owner, Mollie, walked over to every table to say hi to her customers. (How often have you experienced that?) Her granddaughter Jennie (Sp.?) is an amazing young lady sharp as a whip with a quick comeback for any remark. As a waitress she was impeccable. Make sure you stop and soak in the beauty and charm of small town America; depicted beautifully at Mollies Cafe.
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