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.
Opening its doors at 5:30 a.m. every day of the week, Bobo’s Restaurant caters to the breakfast and lunch crowd with an extensive menu of traditional diner fare. Ease ante meridiem appetites with eggs any style served with home fries and toast, accompanied by either bacon or sausage ($4.25), or slice into fluffy stacks of chocolate-chip or banana pancakes for a sweet morning treat ($3.50 for one, $4.95 for two). Diners can sink spurs into a western omelet, stocked with a herd of bell peppers, onions, bacon, and ham ($5.95), or chow on turkey clubs served with fries ($5.95). The classically flavorful bacon cheeseburger rolls to tables with a rotating posse of french fries, home fries, or potato salad ($5.25), and the insecure chicken-fried steak ($5.95) looks to the self-assured chicken-fried chicken ($5.95) for help navigating its conflicting dual identities.