Sunday, May 17, 2009

Breakfast sunday

Breakfast time.
Time to update the photo and post I sent from my cell phone on Sunday morning.
Wife, LG and I, along with Uncle, Grandpa and Great-Grandma all went out for breakfast on Sunday morning to a place we just discovered about 10 minutes away in the neighboring town of Richmond.
The Railway Cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Last week Wife and I tried out their lunch. I had a steak and cheese sub, she has a big ass burger with fries. The food was great and inexpensive. A good sign was all the white hair in the place. Old people and truckers....two things to look for as a measure of food quality and cost.
So we went back for breakfast. I had a bacon, broccoli and cheese omelet. Yum. with homefries.
i dont remember what else we had on the table but it was all very good. The wait staff was really nice and because it is in a small town we didn't have to wait to sit down. Unlike going to the IHOP in Augusta....
The building it self appears to be a former train station. The big clues are the name of the place and the railroad tracks right next to it. They owners tap into that for the feel and decoration of the place. Nice. Quaint.
This is our new breakfast place for sure.


  1. Awwwwww....what, no chopsticks? ;)

  2. this is the reason my daughter is named Pancake in my blog. The Sunday breakfast always involves Pancakes (either at home or most often-out to eat). The best part of moving is finding new Mom and Pop resturants that have specialty pancakes. :)

    cute pic!

  3. Hi Joe,

    Nice to see the happy family. :)
    Have a great week.

  4. Such squeezable lil' cheeks!

  5. I've never had a Broccoli & cheese omelet. Must try.

  6. Heff. dont forget the bacon!