Closed. Looks like for good. Went there this morning after not going for awhile and it was closed. Bakery and restaurant. No sign or anything explaining.
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I had the opportunity to try an occasional special, the Italian Skillet dish. This dish was delicious and presents well. I give some credit to the very tasty Italian sausage and pepperoni used in this dish. The base is fried egg with Italian tomato sauce,...More
So, no doubt about it, the place is a little worn. But, the staff was friendly, the hash was exceptional and they brought new meaning to 'bottomless' cup as I met with an old friend I hadn't seen in awhile and never felt rushed. Being...More
I've tried this restaurant more than once and was not overly impressed with their breakfast. The Bakery however, is very good.
This place has such nice people working here and the food is o.k., I hate to trash the place but it was really discustingly dirty. The menu had food particles stuck all over them and disgusting stains all over, the silverware was dirty, no one...More
Places like Aunt Aleda's are becoming a rarity in the US, and it's a damn shame. I sat at the counter where I could watch Dave and his crew in action (at least four people in the kitchen). You could tell he's been doing this...More
I've been to Aunt Aleda's many times for breakfast but had a chance take in lunch. They have great fresh soups, nicely portioned half sandwich and soup options for lunch. I had a cowboy burger special that was a half pound for $10, there was...More
I came here for breakfast with a group of friends. The staff is extremely friendly. I order the Aunt Aleda breakfast special. Two eggs, home fries made from regular and sweet potatoes and sour bread toast. Delicious! And the coffee was good too. But the...More