Since 1971, dishing classic American breakfast items from omelets and pancakes to Mexican items like chorizo and huevos rancheros. Then more Mexican favorites at lunch alongside burgers, sandwiches, and a right-decent chicken-fried steak. Also serving neighboring Twisted Knickers Pub.
Writer's Pick: Best Longtime Locally Owned Restaurant
If you're looking for a restaurant with a varied menu that's close to downtown and locally owned, none beats Maggie Mae's. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, the menu offers pages of options, from the hearty "meat lover's omelet" stuffed with bacon, ham and sausage — a heart attack on a plate, but what a way to go! — to salads and sandwiches. Its green chili, whether smothering a burrito or sitting by itself, is some of the best in town. Maggie Mae's has been locally owned for 38 years, plenty of time to wipe away any vestiges of the Village Inn that occupied the building beforehand. — Pam Zubeck