Happy Rooster Cafe is a locally owned diner, serving up comforting breakfast and lunch fare in a relaxed, down-home environment. The café's extensive menu includes a slew of homespun American staples, including omelettes, pancakes, burgers, and deli sandwiches. Pop in for breakfast and enjoy an order of homemade pancakes, served plain ($4.99) or loaded with your choice of blueberries, bananas, pecans, or bacon ($5.49). Or, opt for the country biscuits and gravy ($3.99), a savory southern staple that has united pilgrims and bakers for centuries. The lunch menu consists of beefy burgers, piled-high sandwiches, and country-style platters. Sink your sharpened mouth knives into the roast-beef sandwich ($6.99), a succulent serving of meat loaf ($5.99), or a basket of crispy fried chicken ($6.99). Most lunch entrees are served with a selection of side dishes, including french fries, potato salad, cole slaw, fresh veggies, and deliciously inspiring high-fives.
Since 1978, the gregarious chefs at Robert's Restaurant have dished out a fully stocked menu of home-cooked comfort eats, including breakfast specials, burgers, and made-from-scratch baked goods. Morning munchers can dive tooth-first into the airy swirls of freshly baked homemade cinnamon rolls ($2.59), or snag Boyd's Ultimate breakfast sandwiches ($7.99), stacked high with eggs, grilled ham and bacon. Mashed potatoes and buttered veggies sidle next to various afternoon spreads, such as chicken-fried chicken steak ($7.89) and an open-faced hot beef sandwich ($6.99). Homemade buns house six succulent burgers ($5.79+), and a grilled patty melt ($6.79) volunteers to sate pangs with swiss cheese or offer moral support during arguments with silverware.