Just a sandwich shop? Hardly. Their fresh homemade bread and soups give this place an edge. Everything is fresh, clean, and delicious.
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Went there for lunch after being recommended by a local Dr. and checking that they had some reasonable reviews. The good part: I had a really nice chicken sandwich. The not-so-good part: my wife's sandwich was only so-so, the artichoke soup was so bad she...More
The emphasis is on excellent food with a homemade quality . The dining room is very basic. You can order from an attractive display counter, watch your order being prepared and take it to a table on a tray. There is no table service. The...More
My wife and I love this place and have been eating here for over 20 years. We go at least once a week for lunch. I usually order the soup and 1/2 sandwich combo and my partner gets the salad and 1/2 sandwich combo. Service...More
A favorite, affordable, comfort food lunch spot when I worked locally. Very casual and friendly atmosphere. Great food for the value. Parking can be a bit tough at busy times, so if you're going as a group, try not to go in separate cars.
We have been to Eduardo's many times and we always look forward to it. They have the BEST soups. It reminds me how everyone craved the soup in the Seinfeld episode with the soup Nazi. Eduardo's soup is seriously good, but the big difference is...More
You could pass this place a hundred times without noticing it, but it is worth a stop for homemade soups and excellent salads. Starts out as cafeteria-style to order and pick up your soup, but made-to-order dishes are delivered to your table. wish I had...More
Sandwiches made on herb bread. A non corporate place with nice variety of food. Popular for salads and soups, but has a wide range of options.
Eduardo's diner not only has an awesome vibe attached to it but the food was excellent and the wait staff were friendly and happy to serve you to the best of their ability. While brief, the breakfast meal that we had at Eduardo's was pretty...More