You want a name that reflects the quality of food being served and the atmosphere of the establishment. Or, if you have a wonderful sense of humor, you give it a name people think you would not dare give it, “Spicy Road-Kill Cafe.”
Before everyone gets in a tizzy and all grossed out, let me assure you road-kill, though plentiful, is NOT being served. And the taxidermy part of the shop is totally walled off. Even if it wasn’t, it’s cleaner than some restaurant kitchens I’ve seen over the years.
The Spicy Road-Kill Cafe, can be found along US Highway 281 in Sheyenne in the west end of Wild Things Taxidermy.
The cafe is set up buffet-style and meals are only $5. Soups are specialities made from scratch including Alyson’s Mom’s Knefla Soup, Brittany’s Chili, Chris’s Turkey Noodle Soup, Marge’s Split Pea Soup, Paula’s Potato Soup and Sandi’s Stuffed Pepper Soup.
Written by SARA J. PLUM for the Benson County News