Small restaurant with lots of friendly locals stopping by. Serving breakfast and lunch with generous portions.
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We stopped in for breakfast on a whim and were very disappointed by the extremely slow preparation of our breakfast burrito (it was the special) which ended out being served minus some of the ingredients ordered.
This little restaurant has great food cooked to order. Worth stopping by for breakfast or lunch. The atmosphere is wonderful along with the cook/owner. Locals frequent so a great place to relax , talk and eat.
We stopped by on vacation for breakfast but had missed the cutoff so we stayed for lunch. Glad we did. Burgers were real burgers and everything else including shakes were great. We sat outside as there are only about 8 seats inside. Beautiful day and...More
A most unprepossessing little place barely bigger than a trailer with some additional outdoor seating the Busy Bee is well named, for the day we stopped there hungry but expecting little it was a swarm of activity. The two gals behind the counter worked like...More
I for breakfast on a Friday morning. I had driven past this tiny restaurant several times and finally decided to stop.. I was the only customer for the first 15 minutes or so before some local residents came by. I ordered a single pancake and...More
If you are one of the 12 people lucky enough to get a seat, you'll find reliable home-style cooking and get to know your fellow diners as well. This is a neighborhood spot with a real local flavor. You can't go wrong with any of...More
We looked for reviews on TripAdvisor for a locally owned restaurant and found the Busy Bee . Went in on Monday for breakfast and went back daily for the next 5 days. The food is amazing much of it is homemade. The owner Miranda make...More
I will admit, that the day we had lunch here was about 20 minutes before closing time and we were the only ones in the place. So did we have good food? Did we order the right thing? Yes and No. Everything tastes better for...More
We always make sure to stop by the Busy Bee a couple of times each summer. Food is good and the french fries are made fresh from real potatoes.