Family favorite if you are looking for a burger or hot dog. Small, friendly place with good service.
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I've been going to Ernie's since his dad, Charlie ran it. Only place I'd get a hot dog in town. Two with, onions on the side!
You're not going to find a cheap diner with more local authenticity than this place. The food is basic & "nothing to write home about" but the service is fast & friendly. The atmosphere hasn't changed in decades, which gives it a very genuinely vintage...More
Being from the great state of Texas, the name of this diner caught my eye. I had just finished the Marine Corps Marathon in DC a few days ago & my friend & I were sightseeing in the area. Our waitress was an older lady...More
Great place for breakfast (I was there at 6:00, very few people). Great service from Karen and Tressy, just don't get Karen mad at you (LOL). Good food, friendly atmosphere fast service. Will return.
Ate here for lunch, I had a Texas Dog w fries and an iced tea for $6 including taxes. My dog was a fat PA style hot dog which came with mustard, a scoop of mild chili and finely chopped onions. Dog was tasty, fries...More
Really wanted to like this vintage place but food was very lack luster including fish that my son was certain were from the frozen food section and microwaved...the owner can do much better given the old school ambience and history he projects...
If you are looking for fast food in a diner setting this is the place to go! The Texas hot dogs are well known in the area, and supposedly the recipe has not changed over the years. It is a well known family business that...More
We just wanted a bite, so we stopped here. Have passed by many times, but it was never what we were looking for. Loved the nostalgic feeling. Waitress was friendly and great service. I had the hot dog and onion rings. My vegetarian husband had...More