About this Business
From Our Editors
The cowboy on the Stockman's Cafe sign may look sinister, but don't let his appearance fool you—he's pointing the way toward a fresh, home-cooked meal. So fresh, in fact, that the chefs at Stockman’s Cafe use their own grass-fed, hormone-free cattle to make burgers, which they embellish with bacon, housemade onion straws, and mozzarella cheese. When they aren't rustling up biscuits and gravy for breakfast or grilling new york steaks, they bake strawberry shortcake and cinnamon rolls, happily adapting dishes for customers with dietary restrictions, such as diabetes, gluten allergies, or an intolerance of foods starting with the letter ‘s’.