Teddy’s Restaurant takes you back to the days of soda fountains with old-time community charm. You’ll find the locals gathered there to talk about the weather, high school football and the planting season.
If it’s a local hangout, you know the food is great. Count on large portions of family-style cooking, plus you can get the standard fare of hamburgers and hotdogs. And don’t forget to add a milkshake.
Teddy’s is locally owned, and you find both Teddy and his wife working most days and nights. Make sure to take a look at his Hall of Fame Wall, which includes images of visitors from around the world.