This is the type of locally-run, family-style restaurants that were likely ubiquitous in the U.S. in the 1960s. Now it's pretty much the only one left in Council Bluffs. And it's fitting that it's the best food in town. Especially the pizza, which can be shipped to customers across the US. The crust is greasy and thin (in a good way), and the toppings are hearty. And considering how good it is, it's cheap as hell. If you're ever stuck in Council Bluffs, this is the best local flavor you'll find.