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Good eats in York and Kearney, NE?

Socialkim | Jun 25, 200701:06 PM     4

Every summer, I meet my in-laws in either York or Kearney to do the kid exchange so my children can be spoiled by their grandparents and run free until it's time for school to start. Each time we meet, I wonder if there is somewhere else to eat besides the Applebees, fast food chains, etc. I've been to Chances R and liked it but would like other options. My kids are a well-behaved nearly third grader and a teenager so the place does not have to cater to children. They have a wide range of tastes (my younger child called home to express his homesickness for his favorite sushi restaurant last night) so we are not limited to hamburgers and pizza. Any suggestions or don't-pass-this-up places we should try?

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