When I go out for breakfast the first thing I look for is a good cup of coffee. Al’s is always hot and fresh. The menu is fairly basic, but covers all the breakfast staples. On this visit we ordered a veggie omelet and a...More
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My grandson and I stopped by for lunch yesterday. He had a generous mac and cheese which he gobbled up I had a turkey club with onion rings both were excellent. Our waitress was very friendly and kind to Alex. My wife says they have...More
Three of us stopped in on the way home on a recent Sunday morning. Brittany was our server. She provided very good service and was personable. The breakfast specials were excellent and the menu options looked very good. We'd go bad again.
Al's is an old-school diner, a throwback to yesteryear when the food was good, served by locals and people knew each other. A must visit.
We were looking for a real down-home breakfast and we got it. Rich fried to perfection eggs, delectable home fries, and succulent sausages. All topped up with excellent coffee. Pleasant service in a real small-town atmosphere. GReat!
Love the food, they offer something for everyone. I recommend the Turkey Club Melt, best sandwich on the menu. The deserts are all excellent. My favorite is the graham cracker pie.
We were on the road early in the morning and struck out on a couple other places that were closed. Al's opens at 5 am which worked out well. The menu is fairly basic, but covers the breakfast standards. We both ordered omelets, which were...More
My husband and I ate breakfast here.. They serve it ALL DAY... 2 eggs, bacon, home fries and home made bread.. $6.50.. The potatoes are sourced locally as well as the blueberries for the pancakes. The servers and customer's were all very friendly and full...More