This was a great 10 min detour off our route. I checked their Facebook page the day of and found they were at a softball tournament. I messaged the owner and got directions so I didn’t have to randomly drive around the small town trying to find them. It was a much needed yummy treat on a hot summer day.
Tried to stop here on 7/7/18 but it was closed for a kitchen remodel. No date listed for the reopening.
This was a great stop on our day of World’s Largest items. We stayed for almost an hour because they have a great little playground for the kids to get their energy out. The sand that used to be there has now been replaced with rubber mulch which is so much cleaner and softer to walk on. I wish we would have brought a lunch with us and made a picnic out of it as well. The swing is massive and the kids loved swinging on it.
We were disappointed to find out this cafe has closed permanently.
So we have been fans of Magi Quest since we were in Mrytle Beach about 6 years ago. That location has since closed. We decided to give Wizard Quest a try because it seemed a similar concept. The decorating was very well done. The kindle we used was a little temperamental. There is no back button option you have to go back to home and back through the questions to get back to where you were in the chain of questions (kind of annoying). There are 4 wizards you are attempting to free. Once you get through the training portion of the questing which takes about 15 mins you are only given a 60 min time frame to find all 4 wizards. They tell you at the beginning that most people only find 1 or 2. So what they really want is for you to come back again however there is no way to save your progress so you would have to remember what quests you had completed. We were granted an extra 5 mins for finding the wizard that controls time but still were only able to free 2 wizards. I think 90-120 mins would be a more doable time frame or even give the option to buy more time if you would like to continue immediately but alas that wasn’t an option. All and all we had fun and it was a great stop in the Dells while on our road trip. I’d come back if we were in the area again.
You get what you pay for. We were looking for an inexpensive place for one night on our road trip. The bedding was super thin. We brought in a couple blankets from the car. They only had two full sized towels in the room. Had to get more from the office. Shower was not cleaned well. For a one night stay it was doable but wouldn’t stay longer than that.
We hit this as a lunch stop on our road trip westward. Cute little restaurant along the historic highway. The tables are clad with license plates and the walls with stuffed game. The food was good ol’ American homemade tasting. We had fried ravioli, baby iceberg salad and a burger. All were fantastic. Price was really good which made for an all around great experience.