Friendly local sandwich shop. limited afternoon hours. must visit in Plant City., homemade bread. local piano player.
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We visit when ever we are in Plant City. We often take our out of town guests to experience such a wonderful, friendly and upbeat dining place. The Ruebens are the best. Warning they are enough for two people. The owners are friendly and always...More
I'm not sure who who would give this a good review unless you like eating soup (vegetable soup with just broccoli) with a plastic spoon. Actually plastic is all they have for any utensils. We sat down and a man started playing the piano and...More
My friends and I stopped here after shopping. What a great place. Food and service are excellent. The menu offers a variety for all. There is also excellent shopping in the area.
If you are in or near Plant City, go to the old town and cross the railway tracks to the cafe on the corner. Good choice of food at reasonable prices. Obliging staff who readily made suggestions or alterations to menu items. Well worth a...More
We were out for a ride today and ended up in Plant City. We walked around and visited some of the businesses and finally decided to stop for a bite to eat. Like the sign in the place says, If you have reservations, your in...More
I have been going to this little place for the past 18 years. Marty and Jerry treat you like family. The menu is simple with homemade soups and sandwiches. The bread is freshly made daily. The sandwiches are filled with all of the goodies. They...More
We enjoyed a lunch at Whistle Stop. It features charming train decor in an old soda fountain-style setting. The restaurant itself is located right next to the train tracks so don't be surprised if your conversation is interrupted by the plaintive sound of a train...More
We eat there from time to time. The sandwiches have fresh made bread. The cookies are fresh. Nice little cafe.
My husband and I shared a sandwich here, it was the turkey club. and it was great. The atmosphere is warm and homey as well.