Hill's Cafe

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Hill's Cafe

4700 S. Congress, 851-9300 Monday-Thursday, 11am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 11am-10:30pm; Sunday, 11am-9pm
Hill's Cafe has been around off and on since 1947, and the current incarnation is operated by local radio personality "BBQ Bob Cole." They're well-known for their chicken-fried steak, and you won't leave hungry after partaking in the fried appetizers, sirloins, and barbecue.

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