Classic. This is the place for breakfast in Cheyenne. The biscuits rate high and are either used for breakfast sandwiches or served with gravy. Omelets, French toast with almonds and huevos rancheros hint at some of the diversity on the menu. Lunch includes burgers, sandwiches, and hearty platters as well as homemade pie. Locals fill up the tables, but visitors are made to feel welcome. According to oral tradition, the main building used to be an operating trolley before becoming a diner in 1926.
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