Old Diner old charm. Wait staff very upbeat. There Italian breakfast is so good. The place is so local that we didn't want to leave.
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This place has quite a history and could have been just another grease pit but a couple from California (who had their own successful chain of restaurants) bought it and brought it back from a coma. There are license plates, frames, movie posters, and so...More
This was a great find. Standard diner look from the outside, bright and clean and upbeat inside. Our Great waitress Lisa took excellent care of us considering we had ordered breakfast and lunch items. Everything was perfect, as we ordered it. My omelet was outstanding...More
Being a Brit abroad finding sausages like the ones back home can be a challenge. However Crazy Ottos serve pork sausage links in a roll which satisfied my sausage cravings. All they need now is HP brown sauce! My husband had a steak sandwich which...More
A large variety of food to fit everyones pallet . The atmosphere is nostalgic. The waitresses are the best. One needs to take time to read the walls, ceiling, and enjoy the photos of famous people and listen to the train clock whistle. The history...More
Loved the hot chocolate. The Reuben sandwich had some tough stringy meat in places, but was, overall, good. Corn Chowder was good, brithy, but not the best ever. Overall, good eats, but not superior.
WOW, what a great place. We found this on Yelp and we were looking for food after taking a trip down the Erie Canal. Yelp gave it excellent ratings, so we went. CLASSIC diner even in the diner car. Not too busy on a Saturday...More