We ate lunch/brunch here on a Saturday ~1 p.m.. As noted by others, the setting is kind of a throwback to a 1950's diner with a counter and stools along with tables and booths. Family owned (from what I was told) and home-cooked food. Prices are very reasonable and portions were large. I had an open-faced hot beef sandwich which was served with a cup of soup in addition to the large sandwich . Hubby had bacon cheeseburger and fries. Our bill was less than $15 for both of us. Service was good and our waitress was friendly. Variety of menu items ranging from breakfast to dinner. We were going to eat here again Sunday late morning (~11 a.m.) but it was so crowded there was a long line to get in. I would return here and recommend it to anyone wanting a family-style diner with good prices and food.
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