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The Randall House
The building now known as the Randall House began its life as a simple two-room log cabin, constructed from rugged pine logs by blacksmith Alfred Jason Randall to keep out the winter winds of 1881. The house stayed in the family for generations, expanding to match the Randall clan's own business ambitions. It also became part of local tradition: every day, as they headed into town to pick up their mail, residents of the surrounding area stopped into the Randall House for pies, cookies, and breads baked by Mary Ellen Randall. When Mary Ellen passed away in 1998, the family decided to honor her welcoming spirit by converting the residence into a restaurant and guest house.
Today, hungry folks still stop by to eat at the Randall House, which serves inventive takes on down-home favorites at breakfast and lunch. In the morning, guests feast on ham and cheese croissants, veggie quiches, and omelets served with country potatoes and toast. Lunchtime brings with it a full slate of salads, soups, and sandwiches, from the spinach waldorf with apples and raisins to heartier options such as the mushroom, onion, and swiss burger. And, much like the days when Mary Ellen helmed the kitchen, there are plenty of dessert options, including homemade pecan pie baked fresh each morning.