Great food!! Even better service! Don't get this back at home! Large potions! Fresh fruit and real rye (marble) bread. No wait on a Saturday morning! Two thumbs way up!!
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Two friends and myself went to this restaurant after a nearby movie. I had the Monte Cristo sandwich, one friend had Bar-B-Q beef sandwich, and the other friend had something different. All sandwiches were ordered deluxe. All were way more than enough for each of...More
It has been several years since we ate here and pleased to say it is just as good as we remembered. Friendly service. Plenty of food at a reasonable price.
I went to Quincy's yesterday with my wife and was completely unimpressed. We both got side salads and sandwiches. The salad was fresh and looked like it would be good. The homemade French dressing wasn't good at all though. Our sandwiches were terrible. We both...More
I used to go here a lot. Then I worked for 25 years and didn't. Now I'm retired and decided to stop in. Virtually empty at 8 am except for a bunch of elderly guys. Ordered a pecan roll. Not great... soggy. Plus one is...More
Quincy's restaurant is an excellent place to eat. There is a very positive atmosphere - perfect for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! The menu is large with reasonable prices. I highly recommend this diner for anyone visiting Naperville.
We come to Naperville at least 4 times a year for a business meeting. The location is ideal and our first choice to us as we travel on Ogden Ave to get there. After our meetings we always stop here for breakfast or lunch. They...More
If you stay in Naperville, I highly recommend this restaurant. Great food, and the staff is amazing. We stopped in for breakfast and left full and happy
A very large menu, you are sure to find something you like. The portions are very large. I had the potato pancakes because I only occasionally find them where I live.
This restaurant has never been great, but oh boy! It is like they stopped trying even more when Grandma Sally's left. I love breakfast food,and Grandma Sally's used to be a fine family-style restaurant, until the fire. Quincy's must have rejoiced at that misfortune, so...More