Hometown Cafe

Colonial Hills

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Amid floor-to-ceiling windows and stone fireplace, casual cooking includes three-egg omelets, chicken fried steak, and stuffed sandwiches

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Promotional value expires Jan 18, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in and carryout only. Not valid for weekend buffet. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $7 for $15 worth of café cuisine, drinks, and baked goods for two Monday–Friday
  • $7 for $15 worth of café cuisine, drinks and baked goods for two Saturday–Sunday

The café’s breakfast menu includes build-your-own three-egg breakfast omelets ($6.25), fresh baked goods such as pecan rolls ($3) and coffee cake ($2). Lunch entrees include chicken-salad sandwiches with cranberries, grapes, and pecans ($6.25) and hand-pounded and breaded chicken-fried steak with two sides ($8.25).

Hometown Cafe

For Hometown Cafe owner Doug Gilliland, “lived-in” is the aesthetic theme of his diner. “I want this cafe to look like every little cafe from here to Alliance,” he told the Lincoln Journal Star. Doug pursues this goal with decor that includes traditional plaid tablecloths, a mammoth stone fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling front windows. The diner’s colorful menu maintains the casual theme, including such heartland mainstays as pancakes, or “frisbee-sized mouth waterers,” and oatmeal, or “stuff in a bowl.”

In the kitchen, his wife, Kathy, toils over an oven baking muffins, cookies, and pecan rolls from scratch to pair with three-egg breakfast omelets and sweet french toast. At lunchtime, sandwiches—or “sammiches”—are decked with cranberry-laden chicken salad, pork tenderloin, and house-cooked turkey. After slicing into piping-hot chicken-fried steak, diners can cool their palates with brownie sundaes, or cool sunburnt shoulders by covering them with frothy Hometown ice-cream shakes.

Hometown Cafe

For Hometown Cafe owner Doug Gilliland, “lived-in” is the aesthetic theme of his diner. “I want this cafe to look like every little cafe from here to Alliance,” he told the Lincoln Journal Star. Doug pursues this goal with decor that includes traditional plaid tablecloths, a mammoth stone fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling front windows. The diner’s colorful menu maintains the casual theme, including such heartland mainstays as pancakes, or “frisbee-sized mouth waterers,” and oatmeal, or “stuff in a bowl.”

In the kitchen, his wife, Kathy, toils over an oven baking muffins, cookies, and pecan rolls from scratch to pair with three-egg breakfast omelets and sweet french toast. At lunchtime, sandwiches—or “sammiches”—are decked with cranberry-laden chicken salad, pork tenderloin, and house-cooked turkey. After slicing into piping-hot chicken-fried steak, diners can cool their palates with brownie sundaes, or cool sunburnt shoulders by covering them with frothy Hometown ice-cream shakes.

Customer Reviews

Great Food ! Will go back. Home cooked comfort food.
Clifford M. · January 26, 2013
Wish there was more space, but Great food and friendly service! Will go again!
Karis B. · December 12, 2012

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