Was here for a quick breakfast and was very happy. The staff is friendly and the food was great. Will stop in for lunch next time.
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Been going to restaurant for over 50 years. This is the first time we have been in in over 10 years. The hot dogs have not changed much. The roll seems to have gotten bigger. The dogs and the chili sauce and onions are the...More
My uncle and I visited Ernie's a couple weeks ago and had a great time. The Texas hot dogs were fabulous and the fries were out of sight.
With a Texas name I assumed this place was BBQ or south western themed. uh…no. It is a diner. In the classic style. Like except for the soda machine I don’t think they’ve updated anything since the Nixon administration. The menu is limited to typical...More
We stopped in for breakfast on a Saturday morning and found Ernie's to be a true diner food place. Nothing fancy, but with good honest breakfast food at a reasonable price. The coffee could be stronger but otherwise no concerns.
We loved this little diner! We ate there two days in a row because of the food and the service! Wonderful atmosphere, our waitresses were fabulous and the food great! I would move to Gettysburg just to eat at this diner everyday.
A small cafe with decent hot dogs and hamburgers. Quaint little place with an interesting history. Not a fancy place by far but perfect if you just want to grab a quick bite. The staff was friendly and evened shared a story about their basement...More
This is supposed to be a classic "Texas Hot" type of dinner often found in northeaster small towns. It looks the part with small dinner tables, and a malt shop feel. The wiener was terrible. The fries soggy. The chili probably out of a can....More