Stopped in for lunch while driving through the area. Had read a good review of it in MIdwest Living magazine (which I also recommend to anyone visiting/living in the Midwest). Had a great bowl of chili and a delicious ham and cheese toasted sandwich - with heaps of real ham sliced off the bone. Menu says bread is made with grain grown at nearby Taliesin and milled on site. It was good bread. Overhead others at nearby table raving about their chicken salad and pot pies. There's a gift shop to browse through, making it a good spot to get off the road, stretch your legs and have a meal.
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