Today’s a great time to visit the Roadhouse 50.

Tomorrow too, since good country cooking is always on the menu.

Deer hunters will be especially happy Monday since a special buffet breakfast is being prepared for them.

Owner Rhonda Kyne will have an early day because the buffet begins at 4 a.m.

It’s all about getting folks fed before they head out into the woods.

Breakfast favorites will be featured, including ham, bacon, sausage, chipped beef gravy, eggs, sausage gravy, pancakes, French toast and plenty of fresh coffee.

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This is a new venture for Kyne since she and her husband Bill haven’t been in business for a year yet.

It opened last Thanksgiving, and has quickly become popular with local folks who love the food and friendly atmosphere.

People visiting the Potomac Eagle tourist train in nearby Romney are also discovering the Hampshire County eatery.

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“We know how much hunting season means to people, and we thought this early morning breakfast was something they would really like,” she said.

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In warmer weather, guests can eat outside.

There is also a pavilion which will be used more in the coming year.

Think delicious barbeques.

“We bought a smoker so that we can be smoking meats,” she said.

Friday night is steak night, and different cuts (New York strip, ribeye, porterhouse, T-bone) are featured weekly.

Customers can expect to always have plenty of choices.

A half dozen cheeses, from cheddar to pepper jack, are available to top omelettes.

And there are three different kinds of hot sauce for anyone wanting a little more spice on their eggs.

“I like to be able to choose and not always have the same thing, so that’s what I wanted to also do here,” she said.

Cakes and pies are handmade, including carrot cake from scratch.

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Penny Loman enjoys cooking, and likes chatting with satisfied customers.

Augusta resident Eagle Whitefeather usually comes to eat at least once or twice a week.

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While the food is delicious, that’s only the beginning.

“This is a real, family-type restaurant where you feel right at home and comfortable from the minute you walk in the door. Breakfast is really great,” she said.

“If you want a relaxed atmosphere, and want to get great food from friendly people, this is where you want to be.”



Linda Evensen, also of Augusta, said the hand-cut sweet potato fries are one of her favorites.

“I love breakfast here, but the burgers are really good. And the barbecue is delicious too since it is homemade and not from a tub. One of these days I am going to try a milkshake. I saw one once, and it was pretty impressive,” she said.

Normal business hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and it closes at 9 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It is closed on Monday.

It is located on U.S. Route 50 approximately 12 miles east of Romney.