Dreamfields Pasta --- only FIVE carbs per serving !!! --- and delicious. Lots of varieties available, and just as good as "regular" dry pasta sold in supermarkets and such. I dare you to tell the difference. Fantastic thing to add to one's pantry, and we keep lots on hand. Find a store or order over the web at dreamfieldsfoods.com/indâ€¦ . Definitely a great item, one of those things Yelpers should share with each other :)
We ate dinner here on a Saturday night. The menu has a little something for everyone: sandwiches and burgers, full dinners, and an interesting section called "Dinners for the Lighter Appetite" (which seems to translate into baskets.) My husband had the western burger and I had the Texas chicken sandwich, which was an unbreaded fillet covered with barbecue sauce, fried onions, and cheese! It was really good. Sandwiches don't come with sides unless you order them separately. My husband didn't go for any; I went for the potato wedges, which cost $2 and in my opinion aren't worth it. Service was adequate but not special; like a lot of places in this area, I sense that they are having trouble getting good help.
I'm one of those odd sods that grows disparaged by the bright lights near the interstate and will do anything to give a local joint a chance. To that end, I've stopped at Hi Way twice while out exploring our fair continent. Hi Way is a drive in, but with no rollerskating servers or window trays. The big canopy is still there, providing much needed shade in the summer or shelter from the snow in winter. Ordering is done from a little window inside the entry, and there is seating available both inside and outside. I've only had standard road-food fare - mushroom and swiss burger, fries, and coleslaw. Burger would have been far better with a toasted bun but was otherwise great - good ratio of bun/meat/toppings. They asked if I wanted seasoning on my fries, to which I said yes. It was simply salt and pepper, I can't imagine why someone would say no. Good, nonetheless. But the coleslaw. Sweet, vinegary, peppery magical cabbage. Not a great idea for a to-go order, but steer with your knees, US 52 is straight enough :). They offer many flavors of ice cream, which I foolishly did not try. Next time I'm on my way to Canada to fish, I'm stopping for a sample.