Nice place to grab a bite like people did back in 1928. The breakfast is very good and the service is even better. You must come and taste this time travel and their world famous spareribs.
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While some may say this restaurant is "dated" or "unhip", I'll tend to agree. But this restaurant consistently has maintained the very best features of "old style" eateries. The waitresses always give a friendly greeting, and make you feel totally welcome. It's their career, not...More
Ate dinner there to celebrate losing 2 lbs at Weight Watchers. Don't judge me! I LOVE barbeque ribs and this place did not disappoint. Fun and funky with a '60's diner vibe. The menu was huge with lots of choices especially the breakfast. The wait...More
This place has been around forever and it is easy to over look. It is one of the few breakfast restaurants in the area. Walkiing in reminds you of a 1950-1970's diner with its aging booths, tired carpets , all of the accoutrements of age....More
Had a great dessert. The place has more than adequate parking and has a large dinning room that had lots of open seats. The pie alamode was served with cold pie; hardly my desire. The service was good, however, very impersonal.
This morning I had breakfast at the Hick'ry Pit Original. I ordered the California roll with cheese and mushrooms. Hash browns were included. Both were very good. I included some photos of the fresh deserts. My relative purchase a whole peach pie. The food was...More
Went here as a teenager over 55 years ago. Still a good breakfast and the service was excellent. It's not too far from the hotel and I knew where it was. I rarely eat at a facility where I stay hence my choice for breakfast.
I've come here mostly for breakfast and lunch. When they cook Fajitas it's hard to breathe in the restaurant. Their pies are AMAZING. The service is good.