It is indeed a cozy, homey sort of diner on a bustling corner of Miami Springs' business district. The walls are hung with fancy quilts and needlework, old black-and-white photos of the town circa 1930, and antique Coca-Cola paraphernalia. Real and fabricated ferns and flowers are everywhere, and delicious-looking cakes, pies, and pastries sit on counters in those covered glass stands. It's plain country-good eatin' here: meat loaf and mashed potatoes, eggs and grits — even one of the greatest dishes ever to come out of the South, biscuits and gravy.
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