Hamburger steak with onions, chicken fried steak were good, but the sides were so much better. Carrots were fresh and had such great flavor, as were the potatoes.
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Great breakfast- get there early as they close at noon on sat and closed on sundays. Often a wait but moves quickly and worth waiting for. Lots of regulars and incredibly warm and friendly wait staff. Our first time there but made us feel at...More
The Montgomery Street Cafe is a "no frills gem" that seems like has been around forever (and that's a good thing). This cozy cafe specializes in excellent, "working folk" breakfast and lunch, like you grandma used to make (and that's a good thing too). Friendliest...More
This precious place is full of regulars! Always a good sign...often there is a short wait, but it is worth it. You can count on everything being just right! Even beautiful poached eggs! You won't find a better spot for breakfast in the "cultural district...More
With the advice from my sister we tried this little hole in the wall gem. Luckily we did!!!! Wow!!! Had the breakfast special all around (eggs, sausage, hash browns, and biscuits and gravy.) All that for like $5.00 a plate!!! Eggs were cooked to my...More
Stopped for a quick breakfast and the ambiance puts you back in the 60's. Small restaurant, but great food. Friendly staff, great walk decorations and just a plain and simple breakfast like Mom would make. But Mom never made biscuits this good.
It's a hole in the wall cafe. Established 1949 and has still got some of the original decor. Food was excellent, great value, friendly servers. I think we have found a new breakfast restaurant! It's nit far from he cultural district of Ft Worth. Corner...More
I had lunch with a friend. Food was ok. We had soup and salad. The soup was much better than the salad. Wish I had just gotten a bowl of soup. Service was ok. It was quiet so we could talk in a normal voice....More
For the "bottomless cup of coffee" test and throw in the Vintage Diner Experience...you have found THE PLACE. You will enjoy the cozy atmosphere; the huge 1950's hand painted mural, framed pictures of outlaws and heroes and yes, even the diner bar that you may...More