A delicious start to your day can be found at Deb’s Corner Cafe in Lancaster, Ohio. Open from as early as 6AM and as late as 9PM, they offer a variety of foods for the different meals of the day.
We dined in for breakfast, ordering a couple cups of coffee and a couple of breakfast options: the BELT, which was topped with bacon, egg, lettuce and tomato with a side of mayonnaise was a freshly served, decently portioned meal – perfect for the BLT fan, and their pancake sandwich – which included a sausage patty and egg between two fluffy, warm, tasty pancakes served with a side of syrup.
These meals were a great way to kick off the day, everything was fresh. The waitresses were kind and checked back often to make sure your coffee was topped off.
The surrounding atmosphere was busy, but also homey and quaint. Adorable pictures of farm animals, Bible verses and witty food statements lined the walls of the little restaurant.
If you’re in the Lancaster area looking for a good, hearty breakfast – or simply interested in checking out someplace new for lunch or dinner, be sure to check out Deb’s Corner Cafe.
Deb’s Corner Cafe is located at:
537 N Broad St
Lancaster, OH 43130
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