Niland's Cafe on Lincoln Hwy in Iowa re-opening

The popular Niland Café in Colo, Iowa, is re-opening on Thursday, July 7 @ 4:00 pm, to coincide with the Colo Farmer’s Market. New operator Sandra Huemann-Kelly already had a “soft opening” on June 30 during the market.

Regular hours will be:
Tue–Sat:  6:30 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday:   6:30 am – 2:00 pm (Breakfast Buffet till 1:00 pm)
Monday:  closed

NOTE: Breakfast Buffet the first weekend will move to Saturday, July 9, till 10:30 am for Colo “Crossroads Festival.” No buffet this Sunday.

You can also make reservations through the cafe for the adjacent vintage Colo Motel, which offers 6 restored rooms with A/C, wireless, 3/4 bath, cable TV, and a shaded picnic area. Call (641) 377-3663.

One Response to “Niland's Cafe on Lincoln Hwy in Iowa re-opening”

  1. Paddy O Furniture Says:

    great news………I’ll have to get a tasty snack the next time i do iowa…

    make sure you get a picture of the three mile marker, when you get to john sutter’s mill, at saddle creek and dodge (lincoln highway) in omaha..if you’re coming west, the stone bridge adjacent to three mile island is also a registered national historic structure…the stones were originally curbstones in the 1850’s in downtown omaha…. two miles away…omaha also has an original hupmobile dealership on the L.H….keep posting wonderful pictures and news….

    nils anders erickson

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