• BreakFast
    Zeke was captivated by the hearty appetite of the rough, tough prospectors. “These guys could eat more than an army”, he once told his friends. Big flapjacks, scrambled eggs, hash browns potatoes and biscuits & gravy, not to mention pot after pot of hot, fresh-brewed coffee; sometime made over an open fire.
  • Lunch
    Zeke was so taken by the way these hearty men ate that he took part of his mining profits and opened a special “Eatin” Place. Naturally, he called it Zeke’s Place and with his mother’s recipe for sausage gravy he won the hearts of everyone in a hurry with his biscuits and gravy – and hot cakes… wow, bigger than a shovel and delicious too. He soon established a reputation that spread across the whole region.
  • Beverages
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    Other breakfast features, like big slabs of ham, thick juicy steaks and his pot roast & corn bread, soon became that talk of the miners and prospectors everywhere. And Zeke’s place was friendly – a Good Ol’Boys’s Place with warmth and hospitality, always mixed with great food.