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Steve in Indiana

Those breakfasts seem a bit on the expensive side. Here in the midwest, the same can be had for about 1/3 the cost. In fact, the place down the streets sells the same for $2.99.


I guess its kind of tourist pricing. I need to get to Indiana soon.


I ate breakfast there for a whole week in the early 90s so it can't have been bad. Does it still have the waitress with the teardrop tattoo?

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