4.5 based on 11 reviews
We had to try the 'cabburger' (where else do you get these?) It was good. I wouldn't order it again because it isn't my 'thing', but was good for a lunch. And the lunch special comes with a donut! That's why we stopped in the first place. The donuts are really good, and the people there were very nice and cordial. We enjoyed talking to them.
As another reviewer pointed out, it isn't really a restaurant, but they do have seating so you don't have to eat in your car if you're traveling.
We will stop in again next time we go through Sidney.
3 based on 2 reviews
What a great find in a very small town. . . .excellent coffee and the best breakfast burritos . . .and I live in Arizona! The biscuits and gravy are fantastic - I wanted to turn around and get another order. Get off the interstate and find this great place! Need a book for the road? only $1. These folks are friendly, accommodating and a pleasure to meet. A variety of handmade gifts and collectibles as well. On a 5 day road trip, this was one of the highlights.
4 based on 14 reviews
Right off of I80 so it is a good stop when you are traveling. It is a large DQ with lots of seating. It has a full menu along with ice cream. I noticed that it had a ton of choices for the ready to buy ice cream cakes. The young guys working were nice but did not seem to know much about their ice cream menu. They also ran out of coconut and also crunch coat for the cones.
The ice cream was fine...typical ice milk from Dairy Queen.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
This was a little difficult to find but sure glad we did. The food was great as well as the margaritas. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
4 based on 123 reviews
This is definitely your grandfathers hang out. Old school booths, cheap wine and big steaks. We could smell this place as soon as we go out of the car. Classic steaks served with all the sides. Good solid food, helpful service no frills...the perfect stop on a long road trip.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
So this place is located on the corner of Illinois and 10th St. Ambience.....Funky little corner shop with funky on the Inside too.
A transplant from Denver, Della fixes the real deal. Everything is homemade, from the cheesecake, to the baklava. Just a heads up, they heat the baklava up when they serve it. Definitely not my cuppa tea. I took mine home in a container let it cool, and snarfed down later in the day.
We ordered the Greek salad. It could have fed three people. We ordered the Gyro, and it was fabulous.
There were so many interesting items on the menu, I am sorry we couldn't stay in town and have a second meal there.
3.5 based on 197 reviews
Not very impressed with the menu. Steaks were $30 and up, in the middle of Nebraska! I had walleye. The portion was small but tasty. Service was okay, but the restaurant was nearly empty. Not a place the locals go. It was convenient my hotel but I don't recommend.
4 based on 137 reviews
A great choice to have brunch on the way back to Arizona, fast seating, clean restrooms, good coffee and even faster service. I had the Tilapia grilled fish, good choice, the other half had the chicken fried steak which she loved but could only eat half of it because it was so big but the cost was $25.00 for both.
4 based on 35 reviews
We had our pizza delivered to The Country Inn and Suites; took about 45 min (average). The cost for a medium, which fed us twice, was about $30 with tip. Maybe a bit higher than Dominos $7.99 special, but higher quality and more toppings. If you're craving pizza but not fast food, Get Sam & Louies
4.5 based on 20 reviews
We enjoyed their friendly service & tasty burgers, fries (we shared an order) & beer. We'd hoped for a salad or a green side, but those must not be popular here. Fortunately, we had some raw veggies left over from our grocery store purchase in Omaha the day before.
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