“A true roadside attraction”
The Roadside Cafe & Creamery is owned by Dr. Jeffery Rice of Dubois, Pa. Dr. Rice is an Oral Maxillofacial & Aesthetic Facial Surgeon and Businessman from right here in Dubois. Dr. Rice is a man of vision and wants The Roadside Cafe to be the area's funnest and safest place for children and adults of all ages to come, have fun and eat at resonable prices. He is always looking for ways to add-on and is always looking for things to add to the complex for your enjoyment. The General Manager of The Roadside cafe is Donna Miller of Falls Creek. With 32 years of experience in the food and ice cream service you can rest assured that Donna will make your visit memorable here at The Roadside Cafe. Donna is the General Manager of the entire complex. The Promotions / Gaming Manager is Brian Miller of Falls Creek. With 13 years of management experience Brian is in charge of Laser Tag, Mini Glow Golf, Outdoor Mini Golf, The Animals & The Grounds. Brian promotes our business to the public and he will make sure your gaming experience is second to none.
This place was great for us- cheap food that was actually pretty good to eat (hard to find anything on the menu over $5 and lots of options under $2!) plus they had lots for my toddler to see/do. The food was typical fare for diner style menu plus an extensive ice cream/shake menu too. Mmmmm!!
As per the other reviewer, it really is a crazy mash up of things... Dinos, trains, activities, animals etc, but the kids love it. Yes, it is clear that a lot is also under construction too.... they just bought a bunch of big train cars online that they are renovating to use (and in the distant future, may even offer chances to sleep in some train cars! Awesome!!!). It is clear they are presently working on these trains- an electrician/mechanic was there speaking with us while he worked.
If you are traveling with small kids, people who like trains or dinos, a large group (especially if you are tired of spending too much to feed said large group) or just need to get out of the car, stop here. Entertaining American roadside stop.
It's ok, it's a crazy mash-up of different things, but it also felt like a TRUE roadside ice cream attraction, and I enjoyed it for that. The blueberry ice cream milkshake was pretty good and the goats were cute :-)
Great prices and good food - but the best part was stretching our legs wandering around the trains and mini golf course with our toddlers.
This place is so cool!! There is everything--real trains & train memorabilia, 50s dining car and fancy parlor car dining (real cars), rail station replica, Teddy Roosevelt's Parlor Car (real!) , petting zoo, laser tag, dinosaur mini golf...oh and ice cream. Could be the best place EVER!
We found this to be disappointing. It seemed unfinished. The food was just a takeout window with some tables indoors.
Cute little cafe/attraction on our road trip. Tons to see and do makes it a perfect stop. Don't expect this to be top of the line attraction, but it is sure top of the line interesting and fun. Super cheap food too!!
Awesome little cafe and attraction, great prices on food. Yummy ice cream!
Very fun place to go with amazing prices! The place has a good old fashion America feel, rather than a corporate money maker.
What a wonderful place to stop, eat and refresh. It is a little eclectic but very comfortable. I am sure that most people will recognize the style of one of the tables in the dining room as one they had in theirs or their parents' kitchen. The food is great at a good price and the staff are friendly and courteous. A definite pin in the map for Doolittles Roadside Cafe.
What Can I Say "OMG" this was AMAZING. The 50's style dinner, The lavishing upscale dinner car. The miniature trains for kids to climb and play on. The dinos are a plus.
Although it was night we still enjoyed it, the gentlemen that gave us the history listens. He loves trains, and the history, as he talks about the trains you share his excitement in the trains. The tour of the Train car Roosevelt toured in was ABSOLUTELY breath taking, and amazing. Has only been open for 2 years, and it was an honor to see. Nothing like watching the history channel.
This is a place you need to see during the day.
But still was amazing at night.
Still to come is a train and area for the gifted children. Which I applaud them.
Words just cannot explain the excitement and amazement we Pineiro and Izquierdo family enjoyed.
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Dr. Doolittles Roadside Cafe
- Sun - Sat: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
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