Great Outdoors Cafe and Spring House Tavern
Unquestionably the area’s finest dining, the Great Outdoors is housed in the historic Opera House at 1st Avenue and Main Street. Dark wood paneling accents the high-ceilinged dining area, and the walls are decorated with the nature and underwater photography of John Moran and Wes Skiles. The chef has created a menu of outstanding dishes, unlike what you will find anywhere else. The Spring House Tavern offers Naked Ed’s Pale Ale and other micro brews. Visit GreatOutdoorsDining.
A prominent landmark on US-441, this diner has that awesome retro feel all 1950s style diners need. Their menu is huge with a lot of options and big portions. They feature your typical diner fare and more. Check out their specials written on the wall. Visit The Diner on Facebook.
True Blue Cafe
Breakfast and lunch all day. Everything made with fresh local produce. All home made. Huge portions. Independently owned and operated. call ahead for an excellent, delicious lunch for your next river trip. One of three restaurants on the corner of 1st Avenue and Main Street. Visit True Blue Cafe on Facebook.
Pizza 2 Go
Authentic italian cuisine made fresh daily. Wings, soups, salads, pasta, pizza, calzones and much, much more. One of three restaurants on the corner of 1st Avenue and Main Street. Visit Pizza2Go.com.
Alice’s Parkside Restaurant
Although open all day, Alice’s is the choice for breakfast for many area residents. The all-American menus conveys this establishment’s distinctly local flavor. Alice’s is easy to find: It’s on 441 right across from the ball field. Visit Alice’s at Zomato.com.
Bev’s Burger Cafe
“Tried to amend my carnivorous habits, made it nearly 70 days…” When you just gotta have a traditional American burger and fries, this is the place. Located on US-441, a quarter mile east of the traffic light. Visit Bev’s Burger Cafe at Zomato.com.