Appointment-only dinners at this charming little eatery feature superb Hungarian fare such as chicken paprikash, haluska, and Transylvanian goulash.
The Red Shed is a colorful and welcoming roadside enterprise where you can eat masterful meat loaf with all the trimmings, fallapart-tender grilled chicken, and a panoply of southern-style vegetables, followed by a spectacular selection of blue ribbon pies, cakes, and pudding for dessert. If a local fruit or vegetable is in season, you can buy it to cook and eat at home or taste it in the from-scratch meals that come from the kitchen.
Prantl’s specialty is the burnt almond torte: a soft, almond-flavored, vanilla custard-filled butter cake, topped with buttercream frosting and toasted sugared almond slivers. It is available whole or in smaller sizes for takeaway snacks.
Hotcakes are as thin as crepes and every bit as elegant at Pamela’s. From-scratch corned beef hash, great Lyonnaise potatoes, a full-service soda fountain, and half-pound Lincoln Diner-Burgers make it a worthy stop for breakfast, brunch, or lunch.
Masterful European-style loaves of bread and pastries are made from the highest-quality ingredients. Coffee is available, but on-premises dining is limited to a single stand-up table indoors and a few tables out on the sidewalk.
A Primanti’s sandwich is an all-in-one meal that includes your choice of meats, eggs, and cheeses plus slaw AND French fries all piled into the bread and served wrapped in paper to prevent premature spillage. Open ’round the clock.