16 August 2010

Red Rooster Cafe on Broadwater



Not very fancy on the outside, on the corner of Broadwater and 15th, near the American Legion Club, is the Red Rooster Cafe, open since some time in January of this year.

Down home menu, open from 7am to 3pm, breakfast until 11:30am, no beer or wine. Pleasant waittresses. I had a breakfast there this morning and was surprised when that included two good tasting and really good-sized sausage patties. They don't compete on price but they are not expensive either.

I told my wife about it, so we went back for a late lunch. Good creamy chicken and vegetable soup and a very nice 4 cheese grilled sandwich with tomato and bacon. She had some macaroni chili that looked good.

Worth another visit early or late.

Run by nice people for ordinary people. In addition to the usual stuff on the menu they also had a nice supply of jams and jellies, home-made on the premises.

So if you forgot to pick up some at the Farmer's Market this is the place to go.

There is take-out too if you are in a hurry.

2 comments:

Debbie said...

Looks like a great place to visit.

Hubby and I are in Tennessee.

I notice that you have been married for 48 years. In September it will be 38 years for us.

We feel very blessed.

Debbie
Right Truth
http://www.righttruth.typepad.com

Ken & Carol said...

Thanks for your note Debbie. I like to do a few photos and text of the places we like for lunch or whatever. I just borrowed the airplane cartoon from your latest entry, Keep up the good work on your blog.

38 or 48 years, fairly similar and we are fortunate too. I have a brother in eastern Tenn. He just escaped from Ocala Florida.

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