Very nice environment and friendly staff. Breakfast is pretty decent, definitely get your money’s worth.
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If you like a country cafe atmosphere and do not want to dress up, the Sunrise Diner has the best country cooking. The burger's are homemade, just like Mom's. The service is lacking as mostly younger girls work here and have not quite mastered customer...More
We have eaten both breakfast and dinner here and the food is always good. For dinner we normally go with the buffet bar which has several options and good size portions.
A friend and I ate here on our way through town and it was an all around great experience. My friend had the Greek gyro & it came with excellent homemade tzatziki sauce, and her hand battered onion rings were spectacular--both the quality & the...More
We have breakfast here often, especially when we are late getting out. We like being able to seat ourselves, and anywhere you sit, you will be greeted quickly, and served efficiently. We've never had a bad meal, or bad service. Low prices and smiling faces...More
We ate at this diner for lunch today for the first time.. Quite a menu including breakfast all day. My husband had an omelet served with hash browns and toast. I had the roast beef and gravy served with mashed potatoes. The portions were huge...More
You wanting a goid tenderloin breakfast, here is the place to go...good portions, taste great and servers are super nice, good coffee too.
Had lunch here when I arrived in town Fri. The service was good. I thought the idea of a cafeteria style buffet was unique. I wasn't impressed with my meal however. I ordered the hot roast beef dinner. Normally the roast beef is served over...More
I have breakfast many times at Sunrise. 🔁Best service ever and great omelets The waitress always keep your coffee cup full!👍
The food's pretty good, I guess... nothing to get all that exuberant about. However... Helpings were overly gratuitous and mostly wound up in the waste bin when customers didn't eat all they were served... and out of the dozen or so patrons already there or...More