Pretty good food, we ate there a few times just seemed a little too expensive for a glorified Denny's.
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Thought we would try this place for breakfast, notice....Stay Away! Filthy scary when we walked in. Someone wiped up a mess from our table left from previous diner. Got drinks fast. Unfortunately that was the last service we received. 1/2 hour went buy, nobody took...More
For those of us that grew up during the 50s and 60s will remember this kind of unique places to eat. Great classic breakfast with large portions at a decent price. This place is authentic inside and out and even has the same feel of...More
We wiii definitely stop here again. My husband got one of the best Reubens he has ever eaten and he has eaten a lot. My BLT on wheat toast was excellent. The tater tots were crisp and not greasy. Mmmm. I found out why the...More
Nice old fashioned diner. Affordable and friendly. Great breakfasts. Open late too. I've eaten there many times, before jumping on a train to Los Angeles.
A buddy of mine, a local and Yuma native, introduced to me this place while we were in Arizona on business and I was surprised by how good the breakfast was! We went in on a Sunday and the entire diner was running like a...More
In May, we drove from Tucson to San Diego - Yuma is almost exactly between the two. It was convenient to stop there for lunch. On the advice of a friend, we stopped at Penny's Diner, located just off the interstate. We really liked it....More
This will be the only thing open when you pull in late to your hotel. A 50's themed diner that could use a little update, medium rough around the edges. Typical fare, nothing to come Yuma for, every town has one. Shakes/malts are good, everything...More
Just happened to go into this Diner as we were looking for breakfast in Yuma. Found it on my phone and it was a great choice. Not a lot of seating, but we were lucky about getting in before the Sunday AM crowd. Love the...More