Nothing not to like! Outstanding food and service Hometown feel and politeness. Service with more than a smile from a Cameron Diaz lookalike. Tight seating makes it even more special when you get inside.
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Tiny, but a true classic diner. Hubby had grill cheese sandwich which he's still commenting on - loved it so.
We stopped for breakfast today, and found ourselves the only tourists in the restaurant- everyone else was greeted by name- but that doesn't mean we weren't treated warmly. The gentlemen enjoying their coffee when we arrived suggested we select a table away from the door...More
I finally tried this diner which is usually overflowing during Induction weekends, but had space on a Friday afternoon in late December. They serve breakfast all day but I went with a hamburger platter w/ fries and a chocolate shake. I asked for the burger...More
I was pleasantly surprised by this little diner. I always thought the only good diners were in the metropolitan area. This place outdoes them with delicious homemade food.
On our recent trip to Cooperstown my wife and I had supper and breakfast here. I like the fact that the specials are on a marker board. I had the meatloaf and Marilyn had a salad with chicken pieces added. The next morning there were...More
We were excited about having lunch here on our recent trip. It turned out to be just an average place to eat. Nothing great, nothing bad. Quite overpriced for what you get.
This is place most of the locals eat. Offering good food and reasonable prices. Small only about 25 seats. The cheeseburger is almost a pound of meat. Too bad the tourist found it.
Reminded me of the diners back home,very small ,old style,lots of locals,good prices and large portions.Pancakes very tasty as were the home fries.Wife had the decadent Cinnamin bun french toast.A good stop if you had enough of Dennys,Perkins,and IHOP's