Recently we moved to the Loveland/Milford/Goshen area - it's sort of an odd spot that appears to be the corner of all 3. With this means lots and lots of new restaurants - I really like trying the locally owned ones first. I was really hoping that I'd find a fantastic diner close to the house...
On Rte 28 - every day at least twice a day I drive by the Music Cafe. They have a big electronic billboard that you cannot miss. It's a small place but there are always 3-5 pick up trucks in the parking lot - so I figure it's got promise!
Inside - it could use a makeover. They have a stage and have performers on a regular basis - including Elvis impersonators. So there's that. There are a decent number of tables for a small place and a few stools at the counter. They have lots of old 70s records hanging around the place and scented candles (which you don't usually find in a restaurant - competes with the food).
But we've done takeout now four times - so here we go!
Also the sauce is a good mild - it's got a tiny bit of spice but not so much it burns off your tongue and not so little that it's basically ketchup.
The macaroni & cheese I really liked! Most of the time "homemade" has overdone noodles and is gloppy. This tasted more like cooked macaroni that was topped with a cheese sauce and not baked. To me - that's all the right answer! I liked it a lot!
I got scrambled eggs, bacon, toast and a 1/2 order of biscuits and gravy...(1/2 order with eggs - $5.99, bacon - $2.49, toast - $1.49). Everything on breakfast was fine - not the best I've had but pretty good. The bacon was probably my favorite - crispy but not fall apart too crispy. The eggs tasted like homemade scrambled eggs - not the fluffy wet-ish kind you get from Frisch's (which I actually like). Toast is toast. Larry liked the gravy but it was too spicy for me - it had a LOT of pepper. I'll stick with the Bluebird in Norwood for b&g.
That said - I'll definitely go back - they have omelets and pancakes and waffles - so there's plenty of other options for me!
Why Should You Go? I don't know that I'd go out of the way but if you're in the area - it's a solid choice. The wings are crispy & juicy and so far I've liked everything I've tried (except the gravy). I got a patty melt on another visit - it was really good (better than the burger, not as good as the reuben). Larry has gotten the wings EVERY TIME - so they're good. I can't wait to try the fried chicken - hoping it's as good as the wings.