This "café" is actually a Texas roadhouse famous for dishing up "steaks & whisky" since 1979. In an early 1900s building on the outskirts of downtown, Josephine's is decidedly casual and friendly. Steaks come in all shapes and sizes, from a tasty chicken-fried variety to a 16-ounce Texas T-bone. Those looking for something different on the menu can opt for choices like Pacific snapper and Cajun chicken breast. The beer on tap and full bar are to be expected—what
isn't is the baked-fresh-daily peach cobbler, for a belly-busting finish.