Down-to-earth, folksy cooking is the hallmark of this casual place—the kind to chow down at before or after a long car ride. New owners have freshened up the menu but have kept the comfort-food tradition alive with prime-rib hash and strawberry waffles, fried chicken, meat loaf, and other items. Breakfast is served all day; chicken and waffles are among the mainstays. Save room for the housemade pie, baked daily. The dining room here is cozy, with gingham curtains and
dark-wood booths, and the service is friendly. Reservations are accepted for dinner only.