I guess I am just used to paying slightly higher prices during my travels around the world visiting historical locations; I didn't find Le Roosevelt Cafe that out-of-line with other locations that have a local monopoly. The staff was friendly, drinks were cold and the snacks were available. No big deal- I'll pay a little extra for the location. Utah Beach is relatively remote and only the most interested in D-Day travel this far west (it would be a LONG day from the cruise ship port of Le Havre).
The restaurant is an old fisherman's hut, both it and a nearby bunker were later used by both the Germans and US troops. The cafe is very close to the Utah Beach D-Day Museum and a convenient place to grab a drink and snack after the beach and before the museum.
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