Great 50's-60's diner. Very good food, service, and a blast from the past,,,not to mention the prices and service. It opened in the 60's, so the atmosphere is authentic. We loved it. We will be back!
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Came here for lunch before getting ready to attend a wedding. I ordered a Reuben sandwich, my wife ordered a chili cheeseburger. The Reuben was average, at best. As for the chili cheeseburger, apparently there is a chili stuffed hamburger steak on the menu also...More
We wanted a Sunday dinner at a restaurant close to our hotel and found this one. It is really an old style building popular with locals especially seniors. I chose the French dip sandwich with fries. It was prepared as I like it and was...More
The prices here are so reasonable for the amount of delicious food we were in shock !!! Great Margaritas !! The waitress, Anita, was just wonderful and we will definitely be back when we are in town next...we were very pleased....
My wife and I were on our way back to Denver from visiting family in Oklahoma. We were looking for a place to eat dinner. We checked Travel Advisor and found this place. I had a Great Steak and my wife had the Prime Rib,...More
This is the real deal. Chicken fried steak is out of this world. KC Strip is crazy good. They cook over mesquite and it tastes awesome. Cinnamon rolls and yeast rolls are obviously fresh and great. Bread pudding is unbelievable. Coconut cream pie was good....More
The staff was friendly and helpful. The food was delicious and fast. They serve the usual Fast Food and also things such as steak for dinner.
Food is excellent, pricing is amazing. We often get the fried catfish fillets...two big ones for $9.99, so we have enough for another meal later! But EVERYTHING is very good. Each meal comes with a roll and a cinnamon roll per person (though they need...More
This joint has been around since 1957 or so, and they have the old menus posted on the wall in the easternmost waiting room. Overstuffed black Naugahyde booths provide a nostalgic treat, and period music helps (it could be a little louder, however). Need an...More