It was OK we went there on a Friday afternoon on a game day weekend place was pretty empty had a Philly cheese steak, tater tot‘s with cheese and bacon friend had chicken cheesesteak nobody was really impressed sticky buns with alamod worth it
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Ate here many years ago and stopped in for early a.m. breakfast on football weekend... put aside the memories, hype, longing for a simple era, absolultely nothing unique or memorable - average plates of eggs/ pancakes whatever, bland lukewarm coffee. The place now looks simple...More
This diner used to be renowned for its grilled stickies and other breakfast items, but during the Arts Festival weekend, they had a water main break, unbeknownst to us. We visited on Saturday morning, and were rudely greeted by a woman who acted like a...More
The restaurant was suffering the effects of a water main break, so they couldn't serve coffee, tea, or other water-based items. They suggested we get our coffee from the donut shop next door and come back. I needed my stickie bun and coffee fix, so...More
The food is average and the service was very good, but here's the rest of the story. I ate a this place a year ago so here is the problem that sticks out. Last year the temperature warmed up quite a bit from what it...More
We found the staff to be extremely friendly and very attentive to our needs. I can't say enough about our waitress. She was very friendly and went out of her way to get us exactly what we wanted, and made sure that my wife's meal...More
We had lunch here because my daughter has never tried the famous sticky buns. Certainly not the same diner when I attended PSU. The place was pretty empty, so the service was quick, Our table ordered a turkey club, chef salad, and quesadillas (and of...More
Food generally has no flavor. Husband got a sausage gravy meal. The whole plate was just bland gravy with bits of sausage. Gave it a chance probably not another.
The food is average diner comfort food. The waitresses are friendly and attentive. Overall an OK experience, but there are better choices in State College.