The restaurant is now closed and torn down. Not sure what's going in its place. It had been going down hill over our past visits. They obviously knew and didn't care.
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Been there a few times and always had luck. The breakfast specials are a good price and the standard fare is good. My favorite thing there is the sausage gravy. Hard to find in the northeast, much less finding a good version. The one weak...More
Stopped for lunch and had some laughs right away. The waitress when asked what soups they had today said damned if I know I will be right back.She came back and told us beef noodle was the soup today. We ordered about two minutes later...More
We have dined here more times than I can count since we happen to live in town. Went there last week for dinner. Big mistake. At 6PM, there was only our table and one other in the entire dinning room. The waiter was great, but...More
This place used to be good but not anymore. The food is terrible and not as described on the menu. A Ruben was served with coleslaw on it instead of sauerkraut and no cheese on greasy bread. The Greek chicken sandwich which was supposed to...More
You get eggs, pancakes, bacon, and more for a very modest price. All fresh and good and well made. Had dinner there once and it was just so-so. Id stick to breakfast.
Stopped by for a breakfast special - $4.75 - this includes 2 packaged bake and serve sausage (looks horrible), very salty and smoky bacon, 2 eggs, 3 large hard heavy pancakes (or you could choose hash browns and toast in place of the pancakes) -...More
The service is good, portions are large but the food seems a bit more greasy/unhealthy/salty than most diners. Stay away from the skillets---they are an excellent value but overwhelmingly salty and you will feel like crap for 2 days.