My gust and absolutely loves this place. Living in NC no one understands how great gravy is on fries. Anytime we are within 100 miles of G&A my husband always makes it a point to stop in. Don't change a thing!
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This place not only has great HOME MADE food ,but the owner greets you like an old friend ,prices are fantastic. And the food well, its just like when you was a kid ( Great).
Stopped here while on our way out of Baltimore. I actually found this restaurant on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives and have been here before (2011-ish). The food is just like I remember, delicious! This little dinner has a great "home" feel and even the staff...More
Finally got a chance to check this place out and it was great! From start to finish, service was spot on. Great cheeseburger with old bay, with bacon and fried egg, fries with gravy were really the surprise. Very good soup and smoked brisket. Great...More
I liked this place for a on the go lunch at a reasonable price. The location is good with on street parking. The restaurant is dated but the people and service is great which is why I would go back.
In action for almost 90 years and Elvis is still in the building! Outstanding neighborhood joint serving great Coney Island Dogs The flavorful Greek Burger with a confluence of fresh ground beef, caramelized onions, feta and provolone cheeses. I had The Cuban which was the...More
this establishment has been around for ages and is still going strong. the best coney island chili dogs around, the best burgers around and the fries are excellent especially with gravy on the side. where else can you get a real flavored coke(cherry, vanilla and...More
We love the show Diners,Drive In and Dive's and that is why we picked this place. There is a lot to chose from on the menu and breakfast is served all day. My husband got the brisket and said it was some of the best...More
G&A is the classic American diner. It has been in the same family since 1927. I have been going to G&A all my life, carrying on a family tradition. My mother started going there as a little girl in the 1930s. It's not gourmet dining...More