This place is a blast from the past. The decor inside is very retro and a little dated but it's a very classic look. The food was nothing great but the salad bar was a nice surprise.
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This place is dated and not really in a good way. There was food bits on the seats at our table. The table was sticky. We ordered what we thought were simple, pancakes, side of bacon, coffee and a medium milk. We have the regular...More
Have been going here for years, we wont be back. In the past I have been able to order from the lunch menu early in the day, not so today. The toast was pre-toasted and buttered and left under a heat lamp to get cold...More
My husband and I went for breakfast. He had cream chipped beef and home fries. I had a vegetable omelette which consisted of eggs, tomatoes, green peppers, onion and mushrooms along with home fries and rye toast. Food was very good and hot. Coffee was...More
My family and I have been eating at John's for years/decades. Unfortunately, our last two visits have been less than desirable. It appears as though the quality of food products has declined. Service is still outstanding and the baked good are very good.
My husband & I went here for dinner last evening. I ordered chicken florentine , but 15 minutes after order was placed, the waitress said they ran out. I then chose the Italian sampler, but the waitress said they would not substitute a stuffed shell...More
The waitresses are friendly and helpful, the food is served hot. They're open 24hrs. Breakfast is served all day.
Part east coast diner, part middle america drive-in diner feel, big menu, pleasant staff when we visited, good place for a solid lunch or other meal when in the neighborhood and you do not want fancy.
Stopped in for lunch on a Saturday, ordered the Turkey platter. Not very good. Turkey was dry, stuffing was not good and mashed potatoes not good either. I thought if I had desert it would make things better, only added more to my bill. Plenty...More