Food Friday: Engine House Cafe offers breakfast favorites in unique atmosphere
Engine House Cafe serves up your classic breakfast joint dishes: biscuits and gravy, eggs and hashbrowns, even Eggs Benedict, which is a crowd favorite.
But what’s different about this place is the unique spot Engine House Cafe is housed in: a nearly 120 year old firehouse.
Inside, you’ll find exposed brick and rows of vintage firehouse decor on the walls.
The food is good, yes, but it’s the atmosphere that owner Roger Pletcher says keeps people coming back.
“You can kinda feel some of the history, because you know, it was firefighters, they save people’s lives, so it’s a good building, it’s got a good vibe,” Pletcher said.
For patrons, the good food and fun atmosphere also pairs well with the price.
“Yes, best breakfast for the buck in town that we’ve found,” said Roger Wagner, a regular at Engine House Cafe.
Engine House Cafe is open seven days a week, Monday-Saturday 6 a.m. – 2 p.m., and Sunday 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.