Plain and Simple Diner

With a throwback vibe and vintage appeal, Plain and Simple Diner serves up sizzling burgers and fall-off-the-bone wings. Duane and Mary Miller’s Plain and Simple has become widely known for its Du’s Burger, a savory patty made with fresh — never frozen — local beef.

Duane and Mary Miller loved grilling in their backyard so much, they decided to make it a full-time career, opening Plain and Simple Diner in 2017. Since its launch, Plain and Simple has become widely known for its fresh, hormone-free burgers made from locally-sourced beef. “It’s like visiting the best backyard barbecue in town, every time you visit,” Duane Miller said. “We throw in a hefty helping of Amish hospitality, a dollop of ‘60s-era flare and a heaping mound of good cooking.”

But Plain and Simple might be as famous for its fall-off-the-bone wings as it is for its burgers. You can have your wings one of six different ways. Just try to pick a fave — if you can.

You haven’t tried a hot dog until you’ve had yours prepared the Plain and Simple way. Juicy all-beef dogs are piled with toppings like sauerkraut, cheese, chili and more. They even make a taco dog.

Whatever your main dish option, be sure to try Plain and Simple’s fresh-made, batter-dipped onion rings, and prepare to be transported back in time. And start any meal with an order of fried pickles, because, here, you can.

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