Stopped in for breakfast and I was pleased. I ordered corned beef hash with two eggs and it was cooked great, even tasted better. My friend ordered an omelette and said it was delicious. I would return.
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Sorry for being so cruel but the food there was VERY cruel to my insides. The ONLY thing good about that restaurant was the nice man we visited with that REALLY was our waiter and everything because the waitress seemed to have lost her way...More
Greeted with a smile at the door was your waitress as she showed to you your table with well mannered etiquette. It took me back to the era of the 60's with the soda bar and red leather seats, but also had a very well...More
The breakfasts looked amazing. We ordered party melts and they were special. Perfectly grilled rye and red onions. Perfectly cooked beef patty. Perfectly crunchy French fries. Service is slow (think they were understaffed this Sunday afternoon) but food was worth it!
We stopped here on a Saturday morning for breakfast. The service was friendly and fast and the food was delicious. A very nice young man was our server.
The food here is just ok nothing to brag about. You can't go wrong with breakfast. This is like a Denny's and the quality of the food is about the same.
Have stopped here twice for lunch & once for breakfast. Beats Judy's cookhouse hands down in all catagories. A very diverse menu offers lots of options, you are sure to find something appealing. Food is fresh & tasty, service just average. Prices are reasonable. The...More
Went there for breakfast twice during our stay in Globe. Food was typical American style diner, very good, with generous portions. There is 'motorbike parking' near the door, which is nice. Waitress was no-nonsense, but efficient. Will definitely stop again, on our next trip.
This is the first time in years I have walked out of a restaurant after being seated. The place was grimy and dirty looking. The waitress was totally confused and was beside herself trying to tally customer bills.
When I first walked in the place, it kinda reminded me of that diner scene from the movie, "Pulp Fiction." There was a young women serving and a tattooed guy doing the cooking, probably in their early thirties, I liked the vibe. I ordered a...More