Flo's is a very nice diner, but you have to know where it is. You need to take an elevator or find the stairway up to the second level. Inside, you are carried back to the Fifties, with posters, photos, and artifacts of that era, including a worn-out jukebox and an old circular cigarette machine.
I arrived for a late breakfast, was warmly greeted and offered a seat wherever I pleased. I was triple-teamed by three different servers, all friendly and courteous, but it was hard to say who in particular took care of me. I had eggs, homefries, and toast, all very tasty. Since I arrived just at the magic hour of 11 o'clock in the morning, the Province of Ontario deemed that I could also have a nice draught beer with my breakfast.
For a quiet late morning, I was surprised how long my food took to come out, but it was worth the wait. Flo's is a fun place with good food worth searching out.
I elected to eat inside, but there is also a a open veranda looking out upon the street scene below.
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