Warm and friendly service. Family run with a comfy atmosphere. Nice sized portions of tasty food at a good price. Can get busy on weekend mornings but we've never had to wait for seating.
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I go here often for breakfast. Great service staff and food. Especially love their Creamed Dried Beef on toast & home fries! Highly recommended!
This lovely little restaurant, not close to any specific attractions, has a good local following. They will offer you anything from their breakfast menu at any time, though they charge (a mere) 50 cents more than the menu prices if it's not breakfast time. The...More
I actually stumbled upon this place as the Italian restaurant next door Pasquales was closed.. The waitress was super friendly, and very accommodating.. The food was better than I thought. I had the meatloaf and was really good. My wife had salmon as she thought...More
Several of us went. Food was served over cooked but cold. Coffee was hot and plentiful, if you like dishwater style coffee, but refills are free so that was nice. People in the next table over were really complaining but did not complain to their...More
This place has been a favorite of mine for years, it is family owned and operated for decades. The food is always consistent and the staff are very friendly. Believe it or not the roast turkey really is roast turkey, not like most chain restaurants....More
My daughter ordered an omelette with bacon and ham. $4.75 for omelette, $2.00 for ham, $2.00 for bacon-$8.75 for omelette. If I ordered the meat lovers omelette, with bacon, ham and sausage, the cost would have been $7.00. I asked the waitress about this, and...More
I enjoy coming here for breakfast. The service is back and forth. Some servers are great, others are very sassy (which I get, some people enjoy that). Parking can be a mess, fyi.
The problem with this restaurant is the two old waitresses (especially the brunette). I don't know her name and after the way we were treated the last time, I don't think we will be going back anyway. What has hurt this place? A lot of...More