This small-town cafe doesn't know the meaning of small. Ramona's dishes are standout winners, handmade by owner Sonja Steiner. Try our Deep-fried cordon bleu with melted Swiss. Top it off with Sonja's giant pecan cinnamon rolls that can barely fit in your mouth. If you're looking for home cooked, comfort food, you've come to the right place. We've got breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.
The cafe was originally a twenty-four-hour place called El Patio, where farmers, truckers, and old timers cam to gather. John Wayne and Roy Rogers were even known to stop in for a burger and shake while on hunting vacations.
Ramona Cafe was also put on the map again when Guy Fieri from Food Network's Drive-Ins, Diners, and Dives visited Sonja to check out the cafe in 2007.