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Dixie Family Restaurant is located on historic Route 66, the great American highway. Route 66 was a lifeline through much of America, connecting the small midwestern towns in Illinois, Missouri, and Kansas, with the big cities of Los Angeles and Chicago.
The road is uniquely American. There are a thousand stories of hope, heartbreak, love, starting over and moving on. And what better place to enjoy this uniquely American road than with some uniquely American food, and plenty of it. If you can’t find something at The Dixie that makes your mouth water, you just ain’t hungry. Now under new management, The Dixie combines classic diner food with exceptional service.
Let’s start at the very beginning, the sunny side up of the day, breakfast time. How about some eggs? Scrambled, with some steak or with cheese on a croissant or how about a Happy Hen sandwich? Don’t forget the 16 great reasons to eat an omelet, (including our personal favorite the Hillbilly Omelet or choose from one of nine skillet breakfasts). If you swing the pancake way, there are 14 kinds of pancakes, 6 kinds of French Toast, 7 kinds of Crepes and 4 kinds of Belgian waffles. Oh yeah, and don’t forget the breakfast buffet every day from 7 to 11 a.m.
Speaking of buffets, there are also dinner and lunch buffets served EVERY DAY that feature a wide variety of homemade dishes. PLUS a soup and salad bar.
But let’s get back to that bountiful, bountiful menu. There are 8 entree salads including the usual suspects, but also a Greek Island salad and a Janita’s Fajita salad thrown in there to keep the United Nations happy.
There are 6 kinds of chicken sandwiches. That’s right, not sandwiches, six kinds of CHICKEN sandwiches. If you’re getting ready to watch The Godfather Trilogy and want to carb up, Italian-style, you’ll have 11 choices to choose from including the house specialty Seafood Alfredo.
Or choose from one of the nine seafood dishes, one of the seven Butcher’s Best entrees (where we hear the one pound porterhouse is “to die for.” At least that’s what the cow said). There are 8 burgers to choose from -- those in the know say the Super Double Burger with bacon, mushrooms, onions and melted cheddar cheese is da’ bomb. Of course, those 8 burgers don’t count the 5 Angus burgers.
And no trip to Dixie’s Family Restaurant is complete without dessert. We know YOU never order dessert, except for maybe a special occasion. At the Dixie, folks come JUST to order the dessert. Every day is a special occasion when you can order up a slab of one of Dixie’s home-baked pies. Or a hand dipped milkshake.
The new owners made sure that The Dixie Family Restaurant is all about small town hospitality. The cooking is small town delicious. And the prices, pretty darn small for all the food you’ll get. So stop in today. They’ve left a booth open for you.