Small town store with big time Cheeseburgers
For the best deal in Monroe, Ore., head on down to the RFP Family Store. If you haven’t heard of Monroe, you probably aren’t alone. Nestled in the Willamette Valley, Monroe is a rural farming community. There are only a couple stores located in town, including RFP, which is located on Highway 99W, towards Corvallis. This local hot spot provides a little bit of everything. Need horse feed and a deli sandwich? Come on down to RFP! Local farmers and loggers frequent the establishment due to it’s convenient location. Have you ever heard of Alpine or Bellfountain? Don’t worry, they are even smaller than Monroe! A whopping 75 people call Bellfountain home, including the co-owner of RFP. A family run store, RFP is named after “Richard Fenton Parker” who is the grandfather of owner, Anthony Parker.
After a hard days work, a big juicy cheeseburger is just what you need. Right? RFP makes one of the best cheeseburgers you’ll ever sink your teeth into! Ready within minutes of ordering, RFP’s cheeseburger, named the “Fast Eddy” is one of the most popular items on the menu. After you have a delicious, cheese-dripping, mouth-watering cheeseburger in your hands, a picnic table awaits your arrival. The small town country atmosphere adds to the warmth and feeling of being at home. A side of fries, special sauce (soooo yummy) and a drink of your choice, completes the meal. You can take your time or devour your cheeseburger, any way you choice is just fine. If you want to swing by and pick up a burger, that’s just fine too! If you want to experience the “everybody's like family” nature of a small town, stop by the RFP Family Store. There is usually a special on lunch, so don’t worry about breaking the bank.
If you need gas, snacks or feed for your animals, RFP has what you need. This store has provided so much for local farmers and residents. There is a sense of community and family as you walk through the doors of RFP. The workers greet you with a smile and you can’t help but smile back. As you drive through the endless miles of farmland, you’ll understand why people call this place home.
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