If you are looking for places to eat that compare to Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, this is the place for you. The food was inexpensive and too much to eat. Some of us had lunch and some breakfast and it was all good. My grandson...More
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Men love to go there for breakfast. Lunches are good--it is just small and hardly no room to move about.
Every once in awhile, we get together for breakfast and just talk. Very friendly place, I ordered OJ and a bacon &cheese omelet, OJ was in a bottle, omelet tasted ok but cheese was not melted or even warm. Biscuit was good. My friend had...More
Although I live fairly close to the Shuffletown Grill, I am not a 'regular' there. Everyone is greeted with "Good Mornin' Darlin' and a genuinely warm smile. This family owned Diner/Grill is everything a great breakfast (and lunch) place should be. The breakfast menu is...More
The term greasy spoon has been used and perhaps overused to describe good breakfast diners. This place probably fits that persona but it is consistently good and serves up a great breakfast. The crowds often lined up at the door prove it. We ate there...More
From the time we came in the door the service was poor. The Greeter was very nice but waitress was rude and unhelpful not very friendly ordered chocolate chip pancakes asked if they had whipped cream and she said yes then she brought them out...More
A friend invited me to breakfast at Shuffletown Grill and I was not excited to go there ... but it was great. Like stepping back in time 30 years seeing all the farmers, workers, and white collar people grabbing breakfast on the way to work....More
This is a smaller, local restaurant that was a great find! The restaurant was very clean, with friendly waitresses. I arrived at 1130, which was good, because they filled up at noon. They only serve breakfasts and lunches and I will definitely be back!