“It is a family enterprise,” waitress Leah Mosby says about Harmer’s Cafe in Edgerton. She adds: “I’ve cooked and served here for 28 years.” Her customers include Bob Wright (center), who drove over from Camden Point for lunch. Says Wright: “I like the food and I like the people.”
“It is a family enterprise,” waitress Leah Mosby says about Harmer’s Cafe in Edgerton. She adds: “I’ve cooked and served here for 28 years.” Her customers include Bob Wright (center), who drove over from Camden Point for lunch. Says Wright: “I like the food and I like the people.” Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
“It is a family enterprise,” waitress Leah Mosby says about Harmer’s Cafe in Edgerton. She adds: “I’ve cooked and served here for 28 years.” Her customers include Bob Wright (center), who drove over from Camden Point for lunch. Says Wright: “I like the food and I like the people.” Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

Dearborn, Edgerton, Camden Point adapting to changing times

April 26, 2016 12:00 PM