E. Holland. I went there to eat lunch with a friend. It is one of her favorite spots.
The atmosphere is casual and quaint.
I even met Rita Marie. She is a real person!
When you come in you order your food, cafeteria style, and they bring it to your table when it is done, unless it is something quick like a salad from the salad bar. Mashed potatoes and gravy and meatloaf were the special for the day.
My friend had salad and chicken noodle soup and I had a hamburger and fries, served with onions lettuce tomato and pickle...which was quite good.
This is a very friendly little place too. I read a bulletin they put up even offering to teach cooking classes, so if you want to learn how to make scones, give them a call. The phone number is (509) 464-2922.