We had slices of homemade strawberry-rhubarb and peach pie (for $4.95 each), since by 1 pm they were out of apple! Regardless, both our slices were very good, as was the coffee. The service was friendly.
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I had the chicken fried steak and it was really good. The gravy was one of the best that I have had. They were very busy so service was slow, but I would recommend visiting, just not during the busy hours.
Stopped twice here for breakfast while in town. The portions were so large that we made the smart choice to split one entree on our second visit. We did, however, make a tactical error and got the cinnamon roll - excellent, but large. The server...More
Met friends for breakfast last week. Full menu as you would expect. Eggs, bacon, and English muffin came as ordered and nicely prepared. Server asked how we liked our bacon. Nice touch. A bit noisy, but right in character for an established place where locals...More
Went in for lunch on Saturday 08/12/17, we were greeted by a very friendly staff member. She immediately took our drink orders, and had them at are table within a minute or two. Our waitress came and took our order in a very friendly manner....More
The locals have made this place a tradition for breakfast and lunch, one of the To-Go to eateries in town. This visit I selected an omelet loaded with ham and spinach, skipping the cheese and fabulous hash browns to save up for a taste of...More
We recently had breakfast at the Powderhorn Café. It is a very downhome restaurant with locals and out of towners. The portions were huge, and the food was very tasty.
I have eaten lunch at the Powderhorn Café every Wednesday, for the past eighteen YEARS, with the exception of the second Wednesday in May, 2012. Was in the hospital having my left shoulder replaced that day, but made up for missing by having lunch there...More