This DQ is set up like back in the old days. No drive thru. Have to walk up the window and order. You can eat in the brick building next to it. Food it okay.
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Hubby and I eat at the Diary all the time. we love blizzards and cones. The dining room at this location is always so clean. It smells clean too. The people are so nice and friendly too. Thank you.
The positive thing about this Dairy Queen is that the food is always good and hot, The negative is that the are very busy at this location and often get your order wrong. The customer service is also lacking. The ladies at the ordering window...More
This is an older DQ which you walk up and order. There is now a historical building beside the restaurant to sit down and eat at. Its full of historical advertising memorabilia. Gun to visit, family oriented, clean and friendly
This is a great and kitchy walk up place like they had back in the 50's. For those who want to sit and eat there, they have a picnic table outside, as well as indoor seating next door. Like some of other small town DQ's...More
Clean and delicious. I have eaten at DQs across the country. None of them are as good as this one. The dining room is a bonus with the cool antique collection.
This DQ is a walk up location to order but they have a great eat in area that takes you back to the good ole days. The ordering process was quick, the orders came out in a very timely manner and in the order they...More
Dairy Queen is very good and they have a five dollar menu where you get a complete meal with a dessert
This a quant local establishment that has been in its original spot for quite a few years. One of the few Dairy Queens that has an indoor dining area. They have excellent lunch specials and deserts.