4.5 based on 72 reviews
The menu is varied and each dish is prepared with premium ingredients. They also have an extensive list of desserts that are homemade, delicious!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
The Hub, or Burwell's Modern Cash Department Store, was built in 1906 by H.J. Coffin. The building was intended to be at the center of commercial activity for Burwell and the surrounding area. Mr. Coffin's great-grandson and his wife moved back to the Burwell area in 2005 to revive the HUB building. The HUB now features gourmet ice cream, coffee, espresso, and old-fashioned soda fountain drinks.
The Hub is one of three actual soda fountains in Nebraska. My friends and I stopped in after a day on Lake Calamus. I went with the staple banana split. You can choose which ice cream flavor you want (from about 6 flavors) and what toppings (about 6). 3 big scoops later and loaded with lots of toppings, whipped cream, nuts and cherries, I was eating in bliss. The soda fountain can make malts, miklshakes, sundaes, floats, phosphates, and even ice cream pie. Service was friendly and the atmosphere is great. Old time soda fountain decor and seating throughout. My friends and I (4 total) had 3 malts and a banana split for $18.00. I recommend trying The Hub for some very tasty ice cream (Land O Lakes brand) in a neat atmosphere.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Just had Sunday breakfast here - nice little café in Burwell - service was good and food was great - we had variety of omelets and egg selections - under $10 a person - will be back
4 based on 25 reviews
Perhaps our experience here is atypical, but .. during a recent family gathering we called in an order for several pizzas (which we would pick up). We were given a time they were to be ready .. when we arrived, they weren't ready (and it took about 30 additional minutes). The pizzas - once we got to them - were ok .. They're quite expensive, too!
4 based on 11 reviews
If you ever want to experience a bar that represents the best of small town living and cowboy culture and getting to know the locals, the Northside is the ticket. It is a local institution. Many locals hanging out talking about the weather, lots of cowboys, local farmers and fair amount of young people at night. This is the nightlife of Burwell. Tons of interesting loyal pictures and years of rodeo pictures on the walls. Nice place where everyone has always made me feel welcome, even though we are from out of town. The food here is not bad for bar food and includes some good small town favorites such as rocky mountain oysters and gizzards. They often have live music on the weekends. Late at night past 11, it can get a little rowdy. A nice place for lunch to get a quick bit to eat with the family and take in some culture. There are not many real places like this left in Nebraska, so enjoy.
5 based on 3 reviews
r Restaurant here in this small town as good as any. Had my favorite, Meatball Marinara and it was great. Has plenty of seating and has a large lot for trucks to use if necessary. Highly recommended if u like Subway.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
We visit this community with some frequency. We always wind up at Barb's Diner for at least one meal. We recently make a visit for breakfast. We were (as always) greeted cheerfully, our order quickly taken - and delivered. While not fancy, the food is always hot and 'tasty'
3.5 based on 12 reviews
This location was recently known as the Country Neighbor. Marcia (Owner of the Country Neighbor) did a great job, but Cassidy's has made it their own. We enjoyed the redecorating and the food. We received our order in a timely manner, it was served hot and presented nicely on the plate. The prices were fair, and the menu represented some old favorites (from the Country Neighbor) and some new favorites from Cassidy's. I would recommend this restaurant. For those who have reviewed and didn't like it very well, I say give it another try!
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