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Two Chairs No Waiting 202: Mayberry Cafe

Two Chairs No WaitingHost: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:17:04

Many Mayberry fans have known about the Mayberry Cafe in Danville, IN for years but I’m betting there are those of you who may not know that this central Indiana bit of Mayberry exist.

Thanks to Two Chairs No Waiting roving reporter, Tom Rusk, we have an interview with Brad and Christine Born.  The Born’s are the owners of the Mayberry Cafe which opened back in 1989!  Complete with a Mayberry patrol car out front, the cafe is a sight to behold.  The menu consists of items like “Aunt Bee’s Fried Chicken,” “Barney’s BBQ Ribs,” and “Howard Sprague’s Ham Steak.” Oh…and don’t forget “Floyd’s Fish Sandwich” or “Ernest T’s Bacon-Swiss Burger”…they’re goooood.

Thanks to Tom for doing this interview for the podcast and if you’re in Danville, be sure to drop by 78 W Main Street and tell the Born’s that “Floyd” said “Hey.”

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  • Sasha Cooper August 21, 2012, 11:36 pm

    This cafe is the best…it is homey, the staff are sweet, and the food is wonderful. Made with hometown warmth, and love. Stop if you are passing through town, you will not be sorry. Plus when I walk through the doors you feel like you in Mayberry and Aunt Bee has cooked you dinner.

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