When you see this shiny roadside diner on 33, it almost beckons you to stop. We got drawn in and the burgers smelled so amazing upon entering, we had to get one. I got a bacon cheese burger and the hubby got a mushroom swiss burger. It seemed to take quite a while to get our food but luckily the smokers coughs which seemed to be all around us kept us entertained. When we finally got our food, I liked my burger. It's been a long time since I've had a true charbroiled burger (though a little overdone for my taste now but they don't ask you how you want them cooked). The hubby was less than enthused. He said it was just plain burnt. Neither of us liked the fries and didn't finish them. Prices for entrees seemed reasonable ($9 for each burger) but drink and dessert prices seemed a little high for our liking. I wouldn't steer people away from it because it's probably one of the better places to eat in the area (take that how you will) but I wouldn't tell you to avoid it if you're spending some time in the area as mom and pop places are not in abundance.
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