Friday, June 7, 2019 9:00 am – 11:30
“Country” is a fitting description for the historic building. When it was built in 1927, the building was surrounded by apple orchards and sat just down the road from the Morrison Ranch, which is still in operation today. Originally rumored to be a train station, the café has also served through the years as a gas station, diner and car dealership. Some locals remember walking over from the high school across the street (now the site of Greenacres Middle School) to grab a bite from the diner on their way home from school.
To keep the quirky, country vibe going, Daley mounted a working stoplight outside the front entrance (green means the café is open, red means it’s closed). A dozen round wooden tables in varying sizes dot the dining area. They can be pushed together to accommodate large groups.
The Stupid Cow’s breakfast menu is loaded with comfort food. Signature items include the Heavenly Sandwich (vanilla-cinnamon French toast filled with egg, cheese and your choice of meat) and Biscuits and Sausage Gravy (the gravy is made from scratch in small batches each morning). Omelets, French toast and sweet cream pancakes also make an appearance, among many other things. Smaller portions are an option, although most meals are generously sized.
Members $8 Non-member $13